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Understanding the rise of OpenSea, NFT market activity, and a list of head scratchers from math and physics
Deeper down the rabbit hole:
✏ Thought of the week
OpenSea: The Reasonable Revolutionary (link)
Understanding the Facebook outage (link)
Everything we know about metabolism is wrong (link)
Anyone seen Tether’s billions? (link)
The most counterintuitive facts of math and physics (link)
The theft that made the Mona Lisa a masterpiece (link)
Product Alignment & how Miro grew to 20mm users (link)
Great art explained: Basquiat’s Untitled Skull (video)
Meet Ramzi Musallam of Veritas (link)
Can brain implant cure depression? (link)
Awesome Motive’s marketing machine (link)
Who’s scamming the scammers? (link)
Bain’s 2021 technology report (link)
I enjoyed this Twitter thread on the “reverse test”. It’s basically saying the best ideas help society ‘take the red pill’ or ‘cross the Rubicon’ and we would never go back to how it was before they happened.
Julian Shapiro put out this awesome thread about leaving San Francisco and how he will build a ranch and guest houses.
Apparently cryptocurrency rehab is a thing.
Dapper Labs acquired Brud and plans on a new DAO-focused business unit. Maybe they will make DAOs easier to organize, would be sick.
Punks still lead the NFT market.
The Sims’ makers are hopping in the NFT game with an AI simulation game called Proxi.
I enjoyed this mini-series on how to create an ERC20 token.
That betting strategy where you wager the same amount over and over again on a 50/50 game… it has a name. It’s called the Martingale Strategy.
✏ Thought of the Week
Do you manage your time or manage your energy?
Until next week,