I’m obsessed with Kern.al. I’m gonna start posting more business ideas on there. Get on there if you aren’t yet, and follow me here.
New Amazon Andy Jassy pens a great memo, centralized vs decentralized social networks, and and Deal Feed aggregates websites for sale.
Deeper down the rabbit hole:
✏ Thought of the week
The fake nobility biz (link)
Primer. About Bitcoin mining (link)
What do wealthy people buy that normal people don’t know about? (reddit)
Andy Jassy’s masterpiece memo (link)
What’s in your sales stack? (hacker news)
Kickstarting supply in a labor marketplace (link)
Future of crypto, according to 30 experts (link)
Paul Graham on failure (link)
NFTs are more fun than domains (twitter)
The Reddit launch (link)
If Sapiens was a blog post (link)
Patrick Collison on running your company (link)
AMA with the dude who started CrossNet (indie hackers)
The struggles of building on Mars (video)
Centralized social network, Facebook, is building a chat bot called Blender Bot that can store a long-term memory and search the internet.
Genius idea. BotMeNot analyzes your site and makes sure you’re optimized against bot traffic.
Surprise Gift is an easy way to send a gift without knowing (or sharing) someone’s address.
nftFi is letting you borrow against your NFTs.
Health. Researchers demonstrated that fasting can lower blood pressure.
SerpAPI looks pretty good for search data. Might have to use that for something in the future.
A single Amazon warehouse is filing to go public.
I like this SleepOut product from Kickstarter. I’ve used some different blackout curtains and it looks like they’ve made some improvements.
M&A. Zoom Info is picking up Chorus.ai for $575mm.
This project lets you download entire websites from the Wayback Machine.
Deal Feed is sweet. I had plans to build this exact same thing at one point, I’m glad someone finally did. It aggregates business listings across platforms.
✏ Thought of the Week
Damien Hirst (richest living artist) is dropping a set of 10,000 pieces. Pieces are $2k and you can choose physical piece or NFT.
Worth signing up for the lottery IMO.
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.