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Monday, September 19, 2005

Young Moghuls under 35

Red Herring recently came out with its list of 20 Outstanding Tech entrepreneurs under 35 and Anurag Dikshit (the same guy who made a killing at the LSE) of PartyPoker also figures in the list

Other prominent tech entrepreneurs include Rob Malda of Slashdot, Ben and Mena Trott of Six Apart, Evan Williams of Blogger and Odeo.


  • Hi! Do I invest actively meaning? I do invest but dont put all my money in it. Do it in v small amt's. Do u?

    By Blogger Prerona, at 2:14 PM  

  • my whole interest in this thing started pretty late - when my company had its own IPO i guess - started reading up a lot of stuff. Before that did a bit of MFs

    By Blogger Prerona, at 2:16 PM  

  • Hi kaps, when will our time come yaar.. 35 is a long way to go but yaar, its not happening..still stuck in a MNC job.. Read an article that great ideas come at 29, so ai m waiting till that hehe. hows u doing..

    Can't relate to wht prerona is tryin ot say here.

    By Anonymous tony, at 3:27 PM  

  • @Prerona,
    I don't invest.....plan to do so when the market stabilizes. this may not be the right time to enter

    It was an off-topic comment. I'm no astrologer. Do u hv entrepreneurial dreams? Who said gr8 ideas come @ 29?

    By Blogger Kaps, at 11:44 PM  

  • Hey Kaps,

    I checked out the bloggers meet photos, I regret I was not able to attend. Hopefully the next meet then...

    By Blogger patiala pataka, at 11:50 PM  

  • hats off to mr.anurag for setting standards for young enterpreneurs. one more flick here...there is one more indian in the board of same company, who walked away with kool billion $ last month.

    By Blogger crsathish, at 1:28 AM  

  • I didnt understand any of the geekspeak but this did crack me up:

    Anurag Dikshit (India)... earned an instant $770 million .... And it's pronounced "Dixit".

    By Blogger J'Adore, at 1:51 AM  

  • @PP,
    Hope to see u during the next meet.

    @CR Sathish,
    Yeah...I read about him as well

    I did notice 'Dixit'. If they dunno what to write about him they end up writing about the pronounciation.

    By Blogger Kaps, at 3:26 AM  

  • Well, i guess its not to confuse desi non-desi reader lest they read the shit as shit and not xit though they sound the same to me.

    And yes kaps, i do have entrepreneural dreams,draems that i dream everyday, asleep and awake. I read in an article in a National daily. It is based on research...statistics, nothing to do with astrology and yes i do believe in astrology....My astrologet also said before 30..:-)

    By Anonymous tony, at 1:11 PM  

  • @Tony,
    All the best with the entrepreneurial dreams

    By Blogger Kaps, at 4:42 PM  

  • Very good post, Kaps. I always wondered how DSQ was able to pump in that much money into its business. In the early nineties, when there were very few software cos in Chennai, DSQ (called as SquareD at that time) had a 5floor office. The only other software cos in chennai at that time was TCS, SRA(where I used to work), CRIIL (SRA's foreign JV) and Silverline that was just setting shop.

    By Blogger Venky Krishnamoorthy, at 10:10 AM  

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