Loans are paying themselves back these days, an SEO masterclass, and social tokens are on the rise.
Deeper down the rabbit hole:
✏ Thought of the week
The accidental billionaires at Databricks (link)
Strap yourself on someone else’s rocket (link)
How to do long-term (link)
The cooperation economy (link)
Successful one-person businesses in 2021 (hacker news)
The Twitter power broker (link)
History. Thinking in maps (link)
The tyranny of time (link)
Synthetic data and AI (link)
The everyman of Tik Tok (link)
The psychology behind going viral (link)
A history of Netflix personalization (link)
The app that monetized ‘do nothing’ (link)
The spy school that’s churning out journalists (link)
How a poker semi-pro won the mortgage market (link)
Creators are leaving Subsatck for Ghost (link)
How people discover new products (link)
$0 to $146k in 180 days (link)
This is a data set of over 300,000 Shopify apps, Chrome plugins and more. If you’re looking to buy one or build, this would be a great resource.
I enjoyed this infographic of art movements and how they got their names.
I was really intrigued by this account of hacking EA. I had of course heard of social engineering, but I had never heard of stealing cookies to log into Slack.
Monarch might be worth checking out for money management. I have used Mint and Personal Capital and neither one has nailed it for me.
This is heavy but worth a read… Ross Ulbricht from prison.
Telegram bots with millions of users are making headlines.
✏ Thought of the Week
I can’t get over how similar all these chicken sandwiches look.
Until next week,
About the Rabbit Hole
My name is Rob Stretch and I work in marketing in the Midwest. This newsletter is comprised of things I find interesting: business, finance, alt investing, marketing/growth, entrepreneurship, philosophy, mythology, music, side-hustles, crypto, NFTs, and whatever else.