Product Design Demands Discomfort

Take a careful look at the infographic titled The AHA Moments above.  Ranging from age 19 to 47, these people  have revolutionised how we communicate (Steve Jobs/iPhone), how we re-energize … Continue reading Product Design Demands Discomfort

Comoyo: The New OTT Messaging App on the Block?

With a  precious few minutes remaining on the battery, I was quickly scanning my timeline and saw Telenor’s announcement about launching S7 with VR Gear in Pakistan.  Not only do you get … Continue reading Comoyo: The New OTT Messaging App on the Block?

What I’m reading today: Tech & Edu

Mattel’s $300 3D printer lets you design and create your own toys It’s no Silicon Valley, but Pakistan is building it’s own Startup Scene For gifted children, being intelligent can … Continue reading What I’m reading today: Tech & Edu

Needed:Co-working Spaces in Lahore

What Lahore desperately needs is an affordable Co-working space which is open to all types of professional, techies and non-techies, entrepreneurs, freelancers, cottage-industry workers, bakers and yes, even musicians.

Will Uber work in Pakistan?

Is it too unreasonable to expect that some government institution take the initiative to protect the tech industry in this nascent stage?

Creative Chaos: Ethnic Crafts Fair in Lahore

A quick write-up following a visit to a local crafts fair in Lahore – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly! The Good The Season-November in Lahore is the closest … Continue reading Creative Chaos: Ethnic Crafts Fair in Lahore

Win the Wallet: Cardinal Rules of Selling at a Local Fair

“Why do we fear pricing  products?” This is the one of many questions that came up recently.  Here is some background: That ring belonged on my finger.  I am at a … Continue reading Win the Wallet: Cardinal Rules of Selling at a Local Fair

Thoughts on the Google’s Techmela: A Tech-nical Oversight

Living on the internet, as the most of us do, we are used to brands coining new terms in hopes that they become trends on Twitter. The latest effort in the … Continue reading Thoughts on the Google’s Techmela: A Tech-nical Oversight