Revisiting Tezos-chain art, gearing up for the glucose challenge, and AI driving some real traffic
Deeper down the rabbit hole:
✏ Thought of the week
Punks, Squiggles, and the future of generative media (link)
I Rickrolled my highschool (link)
Rabbit Hole. Useful unknown websites (reddit)
Amazon copied products and rigged search results (link)
How deepfakes could change our world (60 minutes)
The art of the one-pager (link)
Network effects and critical mass (link)
60 ideas to boost growth (link)
Healthcare. The model of everything (link)
Duolingo: antithesis to the bazaar (link)
Scaling dog ramps (twitter)
NFTs & Thin IP (link)
Old model could crack deep learning (link)
Health. I’ve been thinking about testing out Levels (blood glucose tracking) for a while. I am finally taking the plunge - I’m doing the November 1st cohort of the Wearable Challenge. Pretty excited to test it out.
Tezos. I bought my first Tezos chain NFT this week, The Jack by Lucrece. Glitch art is pretty sweet imo. If you are new to XTZ - you might want to browse HEN by using HENext.xyz. I’ve also recently started browsing Objkt - it’s also the best place I’ve found to display your wallet. I touched on this in #40.
MakeMyMove is interesting - they track cities that are paying grants for workers to relocate
Somebody made a game that is played only through Google Sheets. I haven’t played it but how bored do you have to be to make that?
Search Funder looks like a pretty cool site to talk M&A and search funds.
Is infrastructure the biggest value-add to a service business? I think it might be.
One for the side-hustlers - the state of web scraping in 2021.
✏ Thought of the Week
I’ve def. felt the “letdown effect” before - the bigger the accomplishment, the bigger the crash when it’s achieved.
Until next week,