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The founder of Indiegogo, Slava Rubin, launched an alternative investments discovery platform called Vincent.
I haven’t tried it yet, but somebody sent me this tool that is supposed to be able to remove vocals from any music track.
Landis is buying houses and then doing rent-to-own agreements. Sounds expensive. But they have backers like Jay-Z and Will Smith.
Billion Dollar Pitch Decks is a library of pitch decks from unicorn companies.
Email this strips out all ads and emails you an article in text from a link.
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More colleges should think about the publishing game.
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