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Joined July 2008
Tons of fun @BradBernthal
Fun to talk more tennis - and startups - with Anish @mightyasp in the Love of the Game. Episode 2 discusses how to decide, Djoker's choke, and reasons tennis players today make better adjustments on court. anchor.fm/for-the-love-of-th…
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Days that start with an almanack feel like they got off to a great start. Today @naval “At the end of the day, you are a combination of your habits and the people you spend the most time with”
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Favorite talk of @SaaStrAnnual @saastr @martenmickos was on point! Great conference!
Go to 1:32:10 and there's my SaaStr talk on pricing piped.kavin.rocks/watch?v=nRBVGP-c…
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Anyone who comments on COVID but doesn’t know anything about Sweden should be ignored. ianmsc.substack.com/p/why-do…
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I'll be at SaaStr Annual 2021, where you can book me for this @e180labs braindate: Gaining initial traction: Concept to product first 20 B2B customers @@SaaStrAnnual saastrannual.braindate.com/t…
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Anish Parikh retweeted
Every morning, I rise and hoist my American flag on my balcony. Old Glory serves as a welcome reminder that we're always striving to become a more perfect union. Today and every day, let us remember all the men and women who've fought valiantly to defend it. #flagday2020
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Most people angry about opening the economy have one thing in common: they get a paycheck. They are rich, or work in media, or work in academia, etc. The 20+ million workers who are struggling without paychecks know that the economy and a healthy society are the same.
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If you believe social platforms should moderate content for accuracy, read this and you never will again.
Unmasking Twitter stratechery.com/2020/unmaski… Twitter has a new policy to listen to experts about what content to limit; what happens, though, when experts are wrong?
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Some good news: The data supporting a new treatment for Covid-19 continue to mount, writes ⁦@DrJeffColyerwsj.com/articles/an-update-o…
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In an Inception-esque irony, an Apple internal memo warning about leaks to the press was leaked to the press. And what it reveals is fascinating. Apple takes leaks seriously. It believes they undermine the integrity of the company by negatively affectin…lnkd.in/eCkAxtx
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A Samsung Securities employee accidentally gave out 2 billion shares to 2,018 company employees. Management scrambled to fix things. But despite repeated warnings from their supervisors, 16 employees managed to sell off 5 million shares, each pocketing $…lnkd.in/eVRis_A
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Facebook's in trouble. As if the Cambridge Analytica fallout wasn’t enough, TechCrunch discovered that company executives could send you a message and then reach into your inbox to delete it if they wanted to. While you couldn’t. Now we should be super…lnkd.in/e4VqgDA
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My client fired me and I lost $1M. It was horrible. If you asked them, they’d say that I kept changing my mind. That every time we had a completed product, I reworked it. That I was inconsistent. And they’d be right. Sort of. We were working on auto…lnkd.in/ePjkF5Z
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“We’re devoted to making the world a better place!” Yeah, you and everyone else. I see so many companies claiming to act for social betterment. The problem: it implies all other businesses are not. And that’s a dangerous fallacy. Companies are created…lnkd.in/e8nQnpH
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Here’s a fascinating WIRED article about Facebook, published before the whole Cambridge Analytica scandal even broke out. The interesting part? Benjamin Fearnow was the contract employee who leaked information from Facebook to the…lnkd.in/ez43CCD lnkd.in/eV29sKY
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Anyone who thinks Facebook hasn’t been monetizing their data in every way possible is naive. It’s their business model. It’s how they make money. It’s how they became the world’s most valuable startup. They were bound to neglect data protection along th…lnkd.in/eNgY5VS
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I went to study Aerospace Engineering at MIT. Only to realize I had no idea what the professors were talking about. The other students had all come from technical schools, taken AP Physics with Calculus, and done summer internships at places like The J…lnkd.in/efXebaB
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Hey LinkedIn, This week, I'm profiling writer and founder, Nicolas Cole, who has over 50 million views on his writing, Top Quora Writer for 4 years, and has published over 400 articles on Inc. I wrote this piece about how he's m…lnkd.in/ee-2Mr7 lnkd.in/eeS9EfD
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