Kartik Subramaniam

Creative Writer
WittySparks Staff

A dreamer of sorts & a Creative writer, passionate about reading diverse stuff.

Simple steps to Innovative thinking

Yesterday evening staring at the sky blankly, I observed that it was almost spotless except for a few clouds. Nothing great but then I thought as to how often do we get time to wander and observe things around us? More often than not, it is the grind of our professional and personal commitments that

Celebrating 62nd Indian Independence Day

As 15th August 2008 approaches, Indians prepare to celebrate the country’s 62nd Independence Day. 61 years ago on 15h August 1947, the tricolor was unfurled and India got independence from years of colonial rule. The country’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru delivered the historic “Tryst with destiny” speech from the ramparts of Red Fort

Google Insights – A new tool for understanding search

Google has come up with another application called “Insights for Search“. As the name suggests the application deals with information regarding search keywords. What the application actually does is that when provided terms, it shows the search volume for the keywords entered from 2004 to the present. The frequencies are displayed on the world map

Does Cuil stand apart from Google?

A few days back the world saw another search engine CUIL.com (pronounced cool), come into being. Cuil well before its launch promised to offer something more than the leader Google. But a few days after being launched the search engine is yet to prove its claims convincingly.

WittySparks wins a prize in truveo contest

The results of the Truveo contest are out and the first four positions have gone to “Mapofvideo“, “Svid“, “3Styler for Facebook” and “TechVideoBytes“. MapofVideo provides spots on the maps which when a user clicks on, they get to see videos. SVid on the other hand gives fantastic effects to the results when they are displayed.

Management Tips from The One Minute Manager

Spencer Johnson and Ken Blanchard present a book with some valuable tips on management skills for all managers and budding managers. The book called “The One Minute Manager” talks about how we as managers need to take a minute out of our day and look into the faces of people we manage. In other words,

Sensory Branding Unleashed..

Having talked about sensory branding briefly in the previous writeup, I was intrigued by this concept which according to me holds the key to many companies and products’ success. I read this book on Sensory Branding called BRAND SENSE by Martin Lindstrom which talks at length about the untapped and unrealized potential of sensory branding.

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