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What’s Moah up to these days?

07.30.10 Posted in General by

I’m helping Alex Moore of Baydin to design a really awesome Email Game. It’s meant to help people who are not good with email but want to get better. It’s designed to make email less painful and more fun for people. It’s meant to help people (like me) who haven’t developed a good discipline to deal with the inbox overflow. It’s currently in Alpha and we’re getting great feedback and surprising emotional response to the game from our alpha testers. If you are one of those daring souls that love to play with pre-release software, follow @emailgame on twitter and let us know there. We will dm you with a link in a week or two.

Scobleized : Startup Visa and more

07.30.10 Posted in General by

You may have gotten to this blog from Scoble’s latest post. Here is the video of his interview. If you didn’t get here from his blog/video, I was at a Mentorship Mixer event last night and was interviewed by Scoble to talk about Startup Visa.

I wanted to add a few more context to the conversation on what I’m up to and why I’m supporting StartupVisa.

Translating JFDI. Data driven startups talk by David Cancel.

07.24.10 Posted in General by

Talking, Reading & Dreaming are all worthless. Just start DOING! or more closer to “Just F’ing Do It.” Hence, the post is titled “Translating JFDI”.

User Experience of Quitting a Gym

06.14.10 Posted in General by

I’m live posting the user experience of quitting a gym membership. First Part. I called the number listed on the card and said “Hi, I want to cancel my membership.” I was asked why I was leaving their gym and explained I’m no longer in their vicinity. Without explaining what’s going to happen next or […]

Navigating New York – Digital Way (Part Travelogue, Part Reviews, Part Tips and Lessons Learned)

05.24.10 Posted in General by

Image via Wikipedia This past weekend, I was in New York city with my sister and a friend. Here is how I found different digital means of navigating and enjoying the trip. This post is as much for you readers as it is for my digital archive. A week ahead I logged into Intercontinental site […]

Horizontal Attention Heat Map

04.27.10 Posted in General, UI by

Nielsen’s group recently published the results from an eye tracking study for user attention for horizontal dimension. Their main observation is Left half of any page gets 69% of viewing time and right half gets about 30%. Their recommendation is ‘Stick to the conventional Layout’ for the best results. Keep navigation all the way to […]

Finding Time to Read

04.17.10 Posted in General by

If you haven’t read a book in a while because you haven’t found any time to read in your busy schedule, try this one simple thing.

Read ten pages of a book you always wanted to read before you go to bed. Every day, read just ten pages.

Chrome on Mac with Shareholic & Zemanta

12.10.09 Posted in Technology, Tool by

As I was exploring extensions on Chrome, I foud two new services that will restart my blogging. Being a collector of any tools that make my productivity increase, I am hoping these two extensions will enable me to blog easily and enhance my content. Image via CrunchBase Shareholic is a tool for people who are […]

Mzinga Discussion Forum Design

04.16.09 Posted in Portfolio by

Mzinga Community Solution

Recap from Product Camp Boston

03.11.09 Posted in General, Technology, Tool, UI by

With some randomness and last minute luck, I made it out to Product Camp Boston on Feb 28. The gracious hosts at the Microsoft Research Labs gave us this amazing venue for Boston Product Management professionals to learn, to teach, to network and just simply enjoy each other’s company. Check out the Flickr group to see pictures. The organizers led by C Todd Lombardo did an amazing job with the event and I am grateful for all their hard work.

I figured I should note down the books, tools and links that were flying around during the event for posterity sake.