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udey has written 20 posts for Hamilton Institute

Modern Times – it is not just a Bob Dylan album

Modern Times – it is not just a Bob Dylan album How online discussion forums have changed and How we spend time in internet communications now by Ujjwal Dey The trend with online content activity is universal. People want to talk about recent stuff. They are not interested in an archive or in studying what [...]

Death of American Culture

  Death of American Culture: American Culture – how corporates sold America and forgot to be American. Big Brother – Big Boss. India and China are such big markets that biggest of brands have to adjust to local culture and taste to make a sale. And everyone wants a piece of the action from two [...]

So you want to be a Fiction Writer?

Don’t we all? In a world where Information Age has enabled flow of communications at the blink of an eye, everyone is an author in their own rights. All of us posting our thoughts, ideas and opinions either in some blog, forum, as comments on popular websites, or even making podcasts and graphics to convey [...]

How Social Media Will Change the Way We Do Business

How Social Media Will Change the Way We Do Business by Ujjwal Dey Just about everyone with access to a computer migrates to the world of internet. And for everyone who goes on the internet the first thing they desire is online contact with fellow netizens. This was fulfilled in the nascent days of the [...]

Trust in Freemasonry

Trust in Freemasonry By Ujjwal Dey Trust is an essential element in each and every relationship. Whether it be a helpless dependent child trusting his parents or a student trusting his teacher or a wife trusting her husband or even a friend trusting his comrade. All relationships are built on trust. This is not limited [...]

Motorcycling America: A brief history of two-wheels and its heroes

Motorcycling America A brief history of two-wheels and its heroes By Ujjwal Dey We all love our rides. Whatever they may be. A cruiser, a sports model, a stock bike, a stripped down mud-all-terrain cycle, whatever. But what’s its history? How did a two-wheeler come to have such a passionate following across continents? An ancient [...]

So you want to be a Fiction Writer?

So you want to be a Fiction Writer? By Ujjwal Dey   Don’t we all? In a world where Information Age has enabled flow of communications at the blink of an eye, everyone is an author in their own rights. All of us posting our thoughts, ideas and opinions either in some blog, forum, as [...]

The Meditative Mind

The Meditative Mind By Ujjwal Dey (Yogacharya) The first thing my Guru told me was “No one can teach you how to meditate”. And I had travelled and sought him after intense search to seek meditative techniques. There is a lot of truth to His words. For truly, no one can train your brain. That [...]

Thought.Leadership @ KnowledgeManagement.com

Thought.Leadership@KnowledgeManagement.com Competitor Knows Best, Customer Is King, What About You?   Knowledge Management and Communicating it with clients/partners: The competition –  knowledge that brings business by sharing experience The business – to leverage experience by having a knowledge base The experience – to deal with the competitors by establishing/pioneering business trends   There existed no [...]

Knowledge Communication

Knowledge Communication Why birds sing, why dogs bark and why cars blow loud horns?!?   The gift of producing noise is common enough in many living beings and material things. To be able to address the right people with the right message is however not as easily done.   Communication is the start and end [...]