A Legacy of Caring

Early yesterday morning, as the world slept, my mum won her 18-month battle with cancer. Yes, it took her life. But not once, not even for a nanosecond, was it a match for her beautiful and determined soul. It tried, but wasn’t able to take…

WhenHub Developer Platform

Note: This is a repost from the WhenHub blog WhenHub Studio makes it easy for users to create schedules and publish them to the web as interactive visualizations. These visualizations, called Whencasts, deliver a great user experience on desktop and mobile, while providing deep integration…

Timeline Marketing

Note: This is a repost of my blog post on WhenHub Timeline Marketing is a form of content marketing that uses time to organize and present interactive content to audiences. As a marketing activity at the top of your sales funnel, Timeline Marketing helps you…

Meaningful Milestone

Last night, Walkstarter, the school walkathon fundraising platform I created, achieved a meaningful milestone — $250,000 in aggregate funding for schools. This is so awesome. It’s also very exciting that more and more schools across the U.S. are requesting to use this platform. I have…

Career Girls

A friend shared this delightful site recently: http://www.careergirls.org/ If you have a daughter and want to help her see that she can be anything that she dreams of being, check out this site with her. You can see videos of women in many different jobs (…

Code For India Hackathon

For the third time, my daughter and I teamed-up for a Hackathon. This time it was at Google for the “Code For India” Hackathon. The goal of the Hackathon was to create solutions to solve challenges related to problems in India. We picked the challenge…

Mojio-Hertz Hackathon

My daughter and I teamed-up at the Mojio/Hertz Hackathon at NestGSV Silicon Valley yesterday. Our app — GoodGaadi — was the winner of the Social category. It uses real-time telematics to aggregate driving data to the Cloud. It then scores the data and enables individuals to have a…

Microsoft Big Data Hackathon

My daughter made her hackathon debut at Microsoft’s “Big Data Hackathon” yesterday+today. We used San Francisco parking meter data, map-reduced it with Hadoop and created Meterzilla — a site that helps you identify parking meters that are within walking distance of your destination (based on…