The Rabbit Hole #017

The one where BitClout started getting hyped


BitClout starts taking over the world, a .NET domain name sells for a .COM price, and NFTs are still out of control.

Deeper down the rabbit hole:

📰 Snippets

🌏 Explore

✏ Thought of the week

📰 Snippets

Here are some articles and videos that have been keeping me busy this week.

  • The Human Race: Driven by compression progress (link)

  • Beeple deep dive (link)

  • NFTs for copyrights (link)

  • The cost-quality curve (link)

  • The hidden fingerprint inside your photos (link)

  • The wannabe food influencer wanted by the FBI (link)

  • Inside Gumroad’s historic crowdfunding (link)

  • The out-of-control rise of Clubhouse (link)

  • Pacaso goes to unicorn in five months (link)

  • Merck’s little brown pill that could transform the COVID fight (link)

  • How one man built the Sharper Image into a wacky gadget store (link)

  • Make fast and accurate decisions with the OODA loop (link)

  • Designing for 911 operators (link)

  • Anatomy of a newsletter (link)

  • Six-figure content audits as a business (link)

  • The impact of inheritance (link)

🌏 Explore

✏ Thought of the Week

From the Wikipedia rabbit hole:

The Zeigarnik effect occurs when an activity that has been interrupted may be more readily recalled.

Until next week.


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