Mahesh JpostedHello all. We are working on some exciting products for parents and we just released this app. The idea is to help parents with curated, great quality parenting resources. The catch is that we just send one resource per day, thus helping the user learn something quickly everyday.
The medical context search engine that grows with you. Mednoid Search is specifically dedicated to help answer questions related to medical diseases and conditions like Cancer, Aids, Alzheimer, ADHD, and many others. Mednoid is not only a context search engine that continuously keeps growing, but also a personalization search engine. Got a disease, a disorder, or condition you want covered? Just visit our Add New Context web page, fill out a short form, and submit. Within seconds our search engines will proceed to create a new context based on the information you've supplied. New knowledge will be added to this context on a continuous basis, ready for you to search at your own convenience.
Anthony ReinhartpostedReddit founder/YC investor Alexis Ohanian highlights Vidyard and Waterloo startup scene in latest Small Empires episode
Bala KamallakharanpostedBuilding hardware products that take advantage of the connected world we live requires a total rethink of how we design, collaborate and make things. Hosain Rahman of Jawbone gave a lecture on how they have cracked the puzzle. Watch the video of the never before seen recipe or Jawbone's product development process. http://startupiceland.com/2014/11/19/building-products-users-love/
Bala KamallakharanpostedTeaching and teachers play an important role in molding anyone's character. I am fortunate to have great teachers and mentors who guide me. There is a malaise that is going around that since there is free access to information that it can lead to knowledge and wisdom without the role of a teacher or mentor. The truth could not be far from it. Information is not knowledge and knowledge does not automatically lead to wisdom. If you don't have a mentor get one, you will be happy you did. http://startupiceland.com/2014/11/18/teach-to-be-great-at-whatever-you-do/