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Why Johnson & Johnson India's print ad today irked me

Why Johnson & Johnson India’s print ad today irked me

Update, July 15, 2013: Looks like I’m not the only one questioning Johnson & Johnson’s stand on license revocation as something that select media reported! Maharashtra FDA seems annoyed with the wording in the ad. too! Maharashtra show-cause notice to J&J India (Business Standard, July 13, 2013) — Original post: As a parent who has stopped buying Johnson & Johnson’s… Read more →

'Why did you not like my soundtrack?'

‘Why did you not like my soundtrack?’

Recently, Medianama’s Nikhil Pahwa tweeted, some asshole from a startup called offering money to cover them. really pissed off. ? Nikhil Pahwa (@nixxin) June 24, 2013 I had something similar, but without the money part! I got the soundtrack of a new film (as email attachment, all 6 songs – standard practice, actually, so won’t complain about the mode) from… Read more →

Thank you!

Earlier this week – Sunday night, to be precise – I lost the entire contents of my 8 year old blog called Milliblog. With an average of about 25+ posts a month since July 2005 when I started Milliblog, I had over 2500 posts! That’s something not easy to rebuild from Google Cache or Internet Archive. Yes, I did not… Read more →

E-commerce?s social media unicorn

Last month, I had used SimilarWeb to explore the kind of traffic e-commerce websites get (besides media websites) from social media. However rudimentary the data source is (in the absence of a better alternative from so many e-commerce websites), the result was that traffic from social media, for most e-commerce websites was abysmally low. Direct traffic, referrals and search traffic… Read more →

The Twitter timeline vs. Pritish Nandy

Yesterday morning, there was a huge flurry of activity on Twitter around one article (The people vs N.Srinivasan). On Mumbai Mirror. By Pritish Nandy. Yes, it was a very different piece of opinion on N.Srinivasan that took a larger view to the whole tale than every other mainstream news outlet’s perspective. It (to me) seemed to be asking all the… Read more →