FTOTW32 – best links of the week ending 25-March-2012


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

Best Links

  1. rsukumar: RT @PriyaRaju: India & its Kakonomics – FTOTW Link 20601 via @ksrikrishna ~ ****ing brilliant. Explanation for “Indian Standards”?

  2. rsukumar: RT @GarethIdeas: Did the first Americans come from Europe, not Asia? The Solutrean hypothesis FTOTW Link 20602 ~ amazing

  3. rsukumar: RT @pamelamaeross: great post about culture of innovation! @MattMonge: Speaking of Jay-Z… 🙂 FTOTW Link 20603 ~ brilliant

  4. rsukumar: /Via @vhariraj: The Neuroscience of Your Brain On Fiction: FTOTW Link 20604 by @anniemurphypaul ~ vv interesting

  5. rsukumar: RT @parvathimenon: Work – Life ‘integration’ – not just ‘balance’: FTOTW Link 20605 ~ vv insightful

  6. rsukumar: RT @investoralist: Efforts vs. passion, from @mcuban FTOTW Link 20606 ~ vv insightful

  7. rsukumar: RT @planemad: How the happiest people in the world spend their money FTOTW Link 20607 (via @sangeetab86) ~ vv insightful

  8. rsukumar: RT @arunavabose: Ever wondered how a dolphin (or other sea mammal) sleep without drowning? FTOTW Link 20608 ~ vv interesting

  9. rsukumar: Toronto Hospital Using Kinect To Help Surgeons Call Up Images During Operations FTOTW Link 20609 ~ vv cool /Via @lizasisler

  10. rsukumar: RT @mindkhichadi: Why Working More Than 40 Hours a Week is Useless : FTOTW Link 20610 ~ vv interesting

  11. rsukumar: RT @4KM @garybcohen Novelty to Tackle Workplace Problems FTOTW Link 20611 ~ vv insightful


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    All of the above were good.
    Kakonomincs was good – It was a insightful article . I was reminded of your statement that we get satisfied easily. 😉
    I liked the employee engagement and Innovation article a lot. But creative that elusive employee engagement is not a easy nut to crack !!
    Be more mindful of what money can buy – In the indian context – we do think , rethink before buying anything , but we splurge when it comes to gold, which again is kept in the bank locker…This tendency of ours is so tough to explain and tough to break as well.

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    Sreedhar said March 26, 2012, 12:23 pm:


    The dolphin link doesn’t work.

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    Sukumar (subscribed) said March 26, 2012, 1:10 pm:

    Thanks Veena. Yes kakonomics explains our mindset very well. India’s gold obsession is a big problem because it locks up investments into unproductive assets.

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    Sukumar (subscribed) said March 26, 2012, 1:12 pm:

    Sorry for the inconvenience. There maybe a bug in the automated software that I use to create this post. Next time this happens, click on the rsukumar at the front of each post, which will take you to the original tweet that I posted. From there you can access the original link. I tried that for the Dolphin link and it works.

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