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‘The Middle Class Buys Dreams. The Businessman Sells Unrealistic Ones'
Anand Kumar starts the interview by setting the context. “Let’s get the math right,” says the mathematician.
The Home School of Thought
Concerns over a monotonous, formal education system coupled with edtech’s innovative approaches bolster the homeschooling proposition. But is India ready for it?
The Big Small Question
As Byju’s and Unacademy grow at breakneck speed, what will it take for smaller edtech players to survive?
Beating Bharat's Edtech Blues
On the other side of the billion-dollar edtech boom are children who have been unable to access the most basic forms of online education, and people who have been trying to bridge the digital divide
Handa's New Funda: From Academy to Unacademy
How IITian Ravi Handa scaled up his seven-year-old online venture for MBA preparation, and eventually sold it to an edtech major
Six (and more) Degrees of Fakery
How inaction against the rash of fake universities across the country may be incentivising the mushrooming of more such institutions
Meet The Headmasters
Sequoia Capital has bet big on edtech, with over a dozen investments, including in industry giants Byju’s and Unacademy
A Billion-Dollar Dream For Freshworks
Girish Mathrubootham is taking a cue from the rapid growth of Silicon Valley software startups to reach scale and velocity
Changing How Small-Town India Shops
CityMall founders Angad Kikla and Naisheel Verdhan are building a network of micro-entrepreneurs through their app in smaller cities
Liberal Arts: A Road Less Travelled
Colleges offering these courses in India have begun to gain ground, but for them to truly shine on the global map, they must be cognisant of the country’s culture and challenges
TCL 43S435: As Affordable as a New TV Gets
TCL is no stranger to budget-friendly TVs, and the company has consistently impressed us with its 6-Series, which offers excellent performance for a reasonable price.
The amazing thing about origami is the enormous number of different objects you can make by folding a square sheet of paper.
STOLEN MOMENTS WITH NIECY NASH
We have been fans of Niecy Nash for a number of years. Whether it was when we first saw her hosting one of our favorite shows, Clean House on The Style Network, her comedic talents in Reno 911! or her dramatic roles such as Netflix's When They See Us or FX on Hulu's Mrs. America - Niecy always steals the show with her dynamic personality and ability to absorb her role.
Virtual Movie Night: How to Watch Netflix With Friends Using Teleparty
Many of us are facing a long winter indoors, thanks to the ongoing pandemic. And though we have video streaming to distract us, watching shows and movies is more fun with friends. You could get everyone on Zoom and press play at the same time, but there’s an easier way: Teleparty (formerly known as Netflix Party).
DISNEY REORG TO FURTHER BOLSTER COMPANY'S FOCUS ON STREAMING
Disney said that it is reorganizing its business units to focus even more on streaming.
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A Guide To Streaming Services
Competition is growing. That’s giving you more choices—and a chance to save money.
MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA: How the Republicans Are Losing Suburbia
This bellwether is pointing away from the GOP
The Culture Business: Mark Harris
The Expendables What if the movie studios decide they don’t need theaters after all?
GOOGLE LOCATION-TRACKING TACTICS TROUBLED ITS OWN ENGINEERS
Google’s own engineers were troubled by the way the company secretly tracked the movements of people who didn’t want to be followed until a 2018 Associated Press investigation uncovered the shadowy surveillance, according to unsealed documents in a consumer fraud case.