Go behind the curtains of the slander industry, a must-read article on Bitcoin and global finance, and the real reason McFlurry machines are always broken.
Deeper down the rabbit hole:
✏ Thought of the week
Feature. The slander industry (link)
Bitcoin is the Great Definancialization (link)
We wanted AI, we got metadata analysis (link)
The bizarre world of celebrity impersonators on Cameo (link)
The two most underappreciated forces driving markets (link)
How Netflix plans to end decision fatigue (link)
Multi-million Roblox empire (link)
Carson Block - betting against China (link)
Confusing market validation and market hype (link)
How to think like a detective (link)
Starbucks has $1.6B in gift card liabilities (link)
Asking better questions (link)
Scaling data (link)
Learn the Hero’s Journey with Star Wars and The Matrix (twitter)
This map of Reddit is a nice companion for the Reddit tool I posted last week.
Love the site, ThisPersonDoesNotExist.com. It just keeps spitting out AI-generated pictures of people.
This podcast with Sean Markey on expired domains was pretty good.
I liked this presentation on how to build your personal monopoly with David Perell and Jack Butcher:
This map of StarLink gateways is pretty cool.
Smart farm robots are killing weeds with lasers about 20x faster than humans. Neat.
I’ve been trying to think of a cool application all week for using Vizy, a new consumer-grade AI camera. Can’t think of much but these are cool.
I don’t necessarily recommend it, but I thought it was funny how deep the vigilante journalism ran on “The REAL Reason McDonald’s Ice Cream Machines are Always Broken”.
✏ Thought of the Week
Is Bob Ross the most prolific painter in history? The Hustle thinks he might be.
Until next week,
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