Google+ Consumer Psyche: January 2011


Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Proud to be an Indian

Have you felt love lately? Pure elation? When was the last time you had goosebumps and the hair on your neck rose? I am very patriotic, to the extent of being called a fanatic. Thanks to Vibhor, got to see this amazing video. Proud to be an Indian.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Who you are...

You needn't be brave to do what you want to do. 
You would be an idiot if you didn't.


Wake up

I have no idea why I stopped blogging. I definitely have an idea when I would start again. Today. So here is a nice thought to start off. See you guys soon. Thanks for visiting.

Gray mists clothe the lonely valley far beneath.
Soft rays from the rising sun,
Shed light on the glistening, wet, green heath,
Sky and earth and I ------ are one.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

1 in 6 wants to change service provider

More than one out of six mobile phone subscribers (17.6%) want to switch over to another telecom company. Given India’s mobile subscriber base of more than 700 million, it could mean that up to 120 million people want to switch. As number portability comes into effect on Thursday, a Hindustan
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Times-MaRS survey — the first ever on number portability — across eight Indian cities covering 4,564 subscribers between December 15, 2010 and January 15, 2011 shows that Airtel and Vodafone Essar will gain the most.

One out of three consumers who are considering switching want to sign up with Airtel, and one out of five who want to change will go to Vodafone Essar. But only half the subscribers who want to switch are dissatisfied with the service they get.

Read full report here.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Don't be a Broker

Broker seems like a good movie after a long time. Like all good movies, we wish people watch it and come out changed and may be quit being corrupt. Will that happen? I sure wish it will.

Good things are for viewing and not for following. People tell me this is usually a tax saving stunt but at least something is being done. I love the music in this song as well as the message. If you are a movie goer, watch it at least once. I ain't that naive to think anyone would change the way they live by just one movie. But can you take at least one decision this year with the values your parents taught.