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The mind cannot foresee its own advance December 7, 2006

Posted by Sharath Rao in economics, humor, statistics.
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Two of my favorite people – one for her exotic looks and other for his exotic ideas. In particular I like the last of the seven comparisons. Ofcourse the scoring assumes that all factors are equally important. I can imagine people who wouldnt give a damn about one or more of them.

Thanks to Amit Verma for the pointer.

2. A dream come true. Dream startup, somebody just stole my idea !!

3. Some ways to compute your OIF – Orkut Indulgence Factor.

How many of your friends have more than you ?

where X could be – 1. Scraps ; 2. Friends ; 3. Scraps/Friends ratio

You could ofcourse compare with respect to the average number of X that all orkut users have.

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1. tpraja - December 7, 2006

Have you seen the new India search engine http://www.ByIndia.com they added all the cool features of popular products like MySpace, YouTube, Ebay, Craigslist, etc. all for free to use and specifically for India. Anyone else try this yet?

ByIndia.com First to Blend Search, Social Network, Video Sharing and Auctions Into One Seamless Product for Indian Internet Users.


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