Peter Thiel mastered the Roth IRA, the Google serial killer mix-up, and the disc golfer making millions.
Deeper down the rabbit hole:
✏ Thought of the week
The rise of a $10mm disc golf celeb (link)
How Google turned me into a serial killer (link)
New human species discovered in China (link)
In online ed, cohorts are king (link)
Global demographics are shifting (video)
Roth IRAs and Peter Thiel (link)
Secrets from the top Substack writer (slideshow)
State of the creator economy in 2021 (link)
Buying Facebook groups (link)
A project of one’s own (link)
Where are the beef profits going? (link)
The high-priced sleep consultant (link)
Baseball. He made ‘sticky stuff’ for 15 years (link)
What to watch in Crypto (link)
The sky thief (link)
The Hollywoodization of Peloton (link)
Rise of Jack Butcher (link)
Negotiation tactics around the world (infographic)
I joined the waitlist for the Wearable Challenge. The challenge gives you two Continuous Glucose Monitors and access to the Levels app. You have to pay money every time your blood glucose goes above a certain level.
Huge week in NFTs. Wicked Craniums dropped, trying to decide which one I want to buy. Also, Bored Ape Kennel Club dogs were revealed. Mine actually has a decently rare attribute (gold teeth). Apes paying dividends.
This is a Twitter account that shares internal company email leaks.
I’m thinking about pulling the trigger on this - it’s a Gumroad tutorial that teaches you how to build an app with bubble and GPT-3.
Paul Williams wrote a bunch of amazing songs (including Rainbow Connection from The Muppet Movie). This podcast with him was great.
The ‘LinkedIn for Doctors’ just IPO’d.
Somebody put together this chart of the world’s cheapest Michelin meals.
Last week I talked about Brave browser. DuckDuckGo is doing big things too. Imagine where they’d be with a good name.
✏ Thought of the Week
These women made a mobile wine truck that is doing pretty well. Somebody should just make a line of mobile full-service bars, would crush.
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.