Product management on a shoestring budget

Nice collection of tools that can be used by product managers working for start-ups.

I really liked the ‘UserVoice’ product that allows one to crowd source ideas / issues as well as to prioritize requirements.

But when i searched around i could also see ‘GetSatisfaction’ which is sort of clean and when the getsatisfaction plug-in is used in a company’s website, it just allows one to enter their issues / ideas / praises.

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60+ Useful Adobe AIR Applications You Should Know | Tools

http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/60-useful-adobe-air-applications-you-should-know/

Very good collection of products developed using Adobe AIR framework. It looks like the trend is to create smaller products that addresses a small problem, instead of trying to develop bigger products that tries (yes, bigger product can only try to address)

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Good Slides on ‘Lean Startup Lessons

Start-ups are all about making things happen as quickly as possible. These slides re-emphasis those points.

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Nice Informal Presentation Style

Many time i used to wonder if i can ‘truely’ get rid of powerpoint slides for presentations. But was never sure of how my idea / thought process would get accepted. This gives presentation by Jeff Bezos re-assure that the old way of doing thing is still powerful and makes the point.

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It has been a long time…

It has been a long time since i had spent some quality time to post some thing that is useful to the Product Management community. Been in a product manger role for close to 6 years, means definitely there is something to share with the ever-willing-to-learn PM community. Will start with something like 'Product Roadmap 101' in the coming days.
Apologies to those of you who had visited this site in the past and found nothing. But moving forward will keep my blog updated as often as possible. And that is a PROMISE.
I have been some what active in the twitter world and if you would like to follow me, you can do the same my visiting twitter.com/srinibs

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