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People don’t really want innovation People talk about innovation a whole lot, but what they are usually looking for is cheap wins and novelty. If you truly innovate, and change the way that people have to do things, expect mostly negative feedback. If you believe in what you’re
Lord give me the confidence of a disgraced South Korean cryptocurrency developer who just vaporized $45 billion (View Tweet) or SBF going on his media tour literally days before his arrest In a Twitter Spaces during the day on Monday, Bankman-Fried said, “I don’t think I will be
Is this crazy? Yes. LinkedIn really flies under the radar as the social media platform that’s absolutely the most unhinged (View Tweet) Me, after deleting the 100th outbound email of the day (View Tweet)
threatened legal action against a 20-year-old, pontificated on how doxing is banned on the platform, and then immediately posted a video doxing a man (View Highlight) Musk is free to moderate his new platform as he wishes. That was the entire premise of Twitter's previous approach, which, for all its
Chamath was working at Facebook before you even joined. Chamath bought Bitcoin before you even knew what it was. Chamath invested in the Warriors before you became a fan. Chamath lost 90% of his portfolio before you lost 90% of yours. Always two steps ahead. (View Tweet) get yaself a
Early-stage companies are obsessively focused on growth, usually at the expense of retention. That methodology is backwards, because retention should be the north-star metric of any early-stage product. If someone builds a great product that users keep coming back to, it will be easy to figure out how to
Learn how to validate an idea with as little time and financial investment as possible. Do you have a plan to validate your ideas cheaply? (Location 439) This can come off as very tech bro circa 2019 speak where the idea is more about hype than actual delivering. The Silicon