Happy Trolley Day!

Happy #trolleyday! Today's the birthday of Philippa Foot, the mother of one of the best known ethical dilemmas of our time: the 'trolley problem'. The original trolley problem is as follows: A brakeless trolley nears.If you don't act, 5 people will die. These five people are already on the regular track (i.e. consider it as... Continue Reading →

Friendly Reminder to All Neurodivergents

Friendly reminder to all neurodivergents: You are not stupid.The system we have for measuring “intelligence” is. You are not difficult.The societal norms we have to navigate around are. You are not too much.The society that expects us to always “fit in” is. You are not broken. You’re just different. And to me, different is amazing... Continue Reading →

Good Read: Life Expectancies and Tennis Racquets

"A Matter of Numbers" by Dilip D'souza is one of my favourite columns in Mint daily. It talks about my favourite subject - Mathematics and tries to decode things around us through the lens of mathematics, statistics etc. It often stimulates thinking or provides some scintillating insights. Dilip's latest column "Life expectancies and tennis racquets"... Continue Reading →

Good Read: Customer-Based Corporate Valuation (CBCV)

Business Models and Business Valuation (or Valuation, in general) is one of my most favourite topics. I have followed several legends (likes of Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Ben Graham, Prof. Aswath Damodaran et al), books and blogs on their philosophy of how to value a business. Customer-Based Corporate Valuation (CBCV) is an interesting approach, especially... Continue Reading →

Quitters Day 2022

What I like about reading or being curious is that everyday you get to learn something new, something interesting everyday that makes you feel better by an iota. I didn't know, until now, about Quitters Day and the chances are that you wouldn't either. So decided to write this quick post. In fact I learnt... Continue Reading →

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