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Dan Shipper
Thinking things through at Prev: Product Co-Op, Co-founder of , acquired '14 by .
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Dan Shipper May 26
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Dan Shipper May 26
Replying to @mattyglesias
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Patrick OShaughnessy May 26
Speaking of bundling, and have built the start of an interesting business writing bundle on Substack I just found their stuff and have really enjoyed it (eg this on clubhouse: ) Great idea to offer a bundle:
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Dan Shipper May 26
Replying to @rosanna_rago
Omg
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Dan Shipper May 25
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Dan Shipper May 25
Replying to @itunpredictable
Also, in the same session, bought myself a knock off gravity blanket. Worth it
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Dan Shipper May 25
Replying to @itunpredictable
I bought myself new sheets, recommend
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Dan Shipper May 24
Replying to @adam_keesling
Come through!!
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Dan Shipper May 24
That feeling when you hop on a Citi bike and the seat is already at the right height 👌👌
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Dan Shipper May 23
Replying to @mhdempsey
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Dan Shipper May 23
Replying to @adam_keesling
A Game of Ounces
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Dan Shipper May 23
Replying to @kevinyien @Connor
Read it!!
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Paul Smalera May 22
I have some random thoughts about the Atlantic situation.
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Dan Shipper May 22
Hahaha the former. Recommended! Really incredible overview of American history. Except her section on Clay Christensen is not great
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Nathan Baschez May 21
My trick for learning more from articles: - Copy the text into a Google Doc - Use the commenting functionality to take notes inline - Share the doc with smart friends to get their thoughts, sometimes Would you use a browser extension that converts articles to gdocs in 1 click?
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Nathan Baschez May 21
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Dan Shipper May 19
Replying to @iamrphy
W00t!!!!
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Dan Shipper May 18
Yeah! And their intuition is that regular is better which is opposite to the poll. So possible just a difference between revealed and expressed preferences but also maybe more complicated?
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