Monthly Archives: June 2009

The SAS System

For lack of a better name, it is called the SAS System. Or ‘The Slow And Steady System’. All the words are important. The Problem Statement You have a product, and it costs you USD X per unit to produce. You check the market, and the market price is say X+40%. To enter the market, […]

Captcha hasn’t gotcha clue

I have mentioned the ‘wonderful’ world of captchas a few times before on my blog. Sometimes the damned text is so garbled, you couldn’t make out even a single letter. While creating a new Google Apps account, I came across another one of those captcha images that I just can not read – but this […]