A GPT-3 search engine, autopsies-as-a-service, and how to terraform the hell-planet Venus.
Deeper down the rabbit hole:
✏ Thought of the week
Future. How to terraform Venus (video)
Interesting. 1-800-autopsy & the private autopsy industry (link)
Replacing rental brokers with software (link)
What really happened to Jack Ma? (link)
A few examples of viral loops (link)
12 millennial industries (link)
A thread about how to sell (hacker news)
Proof of stake > proof of work (link)
Cricket is having its ‘Moneyball’ moment (link)
How Joey Chestnut makes $$ (link)
On $300B of YCombinator success (link)
102 no-code experts (link)
The man behind China’s aggressive new voice (link)
Chatted a little with Mike Chapman this week who is creating IP Trash. It’s a paid newsletter that keeps you posted on expiring patents and IP.
Kurzgesagt is my new favorite Youtube channel. They produce explainer videos like my “how to terraform venus” video in the snippets above.
Ramli John created a series of his own reaction gifs. Pretty dope if you’re trying to build up your social brand.
Group Funnels helps you optimize Facebook groups and sync the lead intake forms.
Nat Eliason put out a $25 course about Defi concepts and how-tos.
This guy built a fully functioning search engine on top of GPT-3.
✏ Thought of the Week
OpenSea is doing work.
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.