What’s Worth Reading | Shreyas Recommends – (Week 41: Apr 7 – Apr 14 )
Shreyas Panse’s lists have an extra ordinary fan following now. He is back again with his 41st Week of the best content curated from across the web. There are stories about the internet, economics, dating and batteries in this week’s list!
(All previous Shreyas Recommends Editions are available here)
- Remember, political bias always gets in the way analysing the economy
- Accessing the Internet does not lead to a general overconfidence, but rather to a more specific illusion of knowledge that occurs only in domains where the Internet would be of use
- Indian economy is not credit heavy, which is a good thing. The problem lies with the extent of bad credit that is given out
- A lot of discussion happening on net neutrality. Two reads I would recommend: one for NN, one against NN
- A thing that can’t be debated: right now, NN affects small portion of the population today
- India e-commerce is nowhere near the peak right now
- They say that days of asymmetric information are nearly over. But what about when an April Fools’ joke causes increases stock prices?
- Dating for India’s nouveau-riche, urbane and cultured
- Today’s biliion dollar tech giants: what they looked like in their Series A rounds
- The origin of Indian Pale Ale
- Aluminium-Ion: the next breakthrough in batteries?
- There is no such thing as free lunch?
- Stories from five districts of India on how unseasonal rains are affecting the crop yields
- Decide the MBA program you want to attend based on what you want from your career
All previous Shreyas Recommends Editions are available here
Shreyas is a Delhi-based Consultant working with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He blogs at shreyasp.wordpress.com. He is an alumnus of IIM Indore. Follow him on InsideIIM at shreyasp.insideiim.com