FTOTW11 – best links of the week ending 30-October-2011


Here are the best links shared on my tweet stream this week.

Best Links

  1. rsukumar: RT @tinucherian: Luck Is Just the Spark for Business Giants |via @nytimes FTOTW Link 98 ~ brilliant (by jim collins & hansen)

  2. rsukumar: RT @sbkaufman: Superfluidity: Peak Performance Beyond a State of ‘Flow’ | Psychology Today FTOTW Link 99 ~ vv interesting

  3. rsukumar: RT @abmarkman: Spending with cash and credit cards #smartthinking FTOTW Link 100 ~ vv insightful

  4. rsukumar: RT @HarvardBiz: – Ten Innovation Myths – Scott Anthony – Harvard Business Review: FTOTW Link 101 ~ vv insightful

  5. rsukumar: RT @ariegoldshlager: [Daniel Kahneman] “when studying something, work with people you disagree with.” FTOTW Link 102 ~ vv insightful

  6. rsukumar: RT @dorait: Do You Want To Build a Search Engine? FTOTW Link 103 ~ vv cool

  7. rsukumar: RT @SudhaKanago: The Book Cafe, Singapore. serve books+mags free with good food. wish they had more veg options! FTOTW Link 104 ~ cool


Hope enjoyed the links? Did you come across any good links you want to share? Please share in the comments below.


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  1. Quote
    sahridhayan (subscribed) said November 1, 2011, 8:36 pm:

    I have been following your blogs for various posts and links, quite a lot of information; can learn a lot, thank you.

    Especially the discussions you have made on the topic IVC Research posts while you all (you,Vamsi, .. to Senthil), though i appreciate your tolerance towards the opponent points, there is still room to mention few points will post that to you separately seeking your views.

    Wish to share this url too


    one note: epilog says comments below but actually the comment box is above 🙂

  2. Quote
    Sukumar (subscribed) said November 1, 2011, 10:42 pm:

    Thanks for the kind words Sahridhayan. Please do send your views to rsukumar at gmail dot com.

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