Monday, January 1, 2018

Read - Heard - Viewed - Thought - by KVSS Nrao

This article will have bits of information (knollets) on various topics of interest on which I write online articles. 

Books, Industrial Engineering, Investments, Management, Online Writing



January 2018

We believe our perspective matters. Therefore we blog.
Industrial Engineering 4.0 - IE in the Era of Industry 4.0

BEST WISHES - HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018 - Happy Blogging

Science of  Talent

Keynesian economics is hot again.

26 June 2016

We are not here merely to make a living. We are here to enrich the world. - Woodrow Wilson

My reponse:
God sent you to enrich his creation.

Online revenues reached a peak. The momentum is still there. Once I a wrote a mail to HEF forum saying that a knol book can earn Rs.15,000 per year. Yes, it can get that sort of revenue and also can provide a platform which can be updated in real time by the faculty members.

We will have lot more involvement of IBM Watson Computer or artificial intelligence system in our education process to provide one-to-one interaction with the students or learners. 


Migrated knols


Financial Accounting - Review Revision Notes

Promoting books which are coming out with digital free versions

Posted a new article in marketing
Marketing Strategy - Marketing Process - Kotler's Description

Blogosphere 2011

November 2011

interesting statistics about the makeup of today’s blogging world:

61% are hobbyists – the rest are professionals
1/3 have an income of over 75K a year, 1/4 over 100K
half of the blogosphere has been blogging for four years or more
1/3 of bloggers work in mainstream media and blog separately

The above statistics indicate that it is the main stream media people who are making money by blogging separately. Yes persons like Paul Krugman etc. have popular blogs getting 500,000 visitors per month in US alone.

Very good collection on Blogworld

Archived up to here in Archive 2
Read - Heard - Viewed - Thought - by KVSS Nrao - Archive 2 - Up to 4.11.2011

Older Posts

Originally posted on Knol - Knol Number 1590

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

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Day 1 A slow and steady Social media approach
When it comes to social media, advisors shouldn't try using every platform all at once. Instead, start with just one -- whether Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter.

Day 2 Social media compliance essentials
Now that you’ve decided which social platform you want to try, you’d better check in with compliance before you start using it.

Day 3 Update you social profiles

Day 4 The key to social media: listening

30 Brilliant Social Media Tips from 2011

Updated on 28 December 2017, 12 December 2017,  7 June 2017, 19 March 2016

Monday, December 11, 2017

Brewster Kahle - Promoter of Internet Archive Organization

Looking for an online book on any subject. Visit Internet Archive

“I’m a digital librarian" - Brewster Kahle

Kahle's Blog



Internet Hall Fame - Outstanding Contribution to Expansion of Internet, Its Services and Its Benefits

Internet Hall of Fame is brought into existence and we need to be aware of the personalities who contributed to the spread of Internet and its benefits to the world.

Three categories of Contributions:
  • Pioneers': "Individuals who were instrumental in the early design and development of the Internet."
  • Global Connectors: "Individuals from around the world who have made significant contributions to the global growth and use of the Internet."
  • Innovators: "Individuals who made outstanding technological, commercial, or policy advances and helped to expand the Internet's reach."
An asterisk (*) indicates a posthumous recipient.



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