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Eliot Peper
Author of Cumulus, Neon Fever Dream, and the Uncommon Series (). Editor . Adviser to tech companies and investors.
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Four Corners Media Apr 22
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Barry Eisler Apr 21
Unreal how many allow antipathy to blind them to what's going on here & how dangerous for press freedom
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Eliot Peper Apr 21
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Eliot Peper Apr 21
And I thought science fiction was imaginative.
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Kevin Kelly Apr 21
Atlantic's is on a roll. He tells what happened to Google Books' universal library in an eye-opening read.
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Eliot Peper Apr 21
Replying to @eliotpeper
At the end of the day, we all rely on each other to recommend the stories we love. That's how we discover our next obsession!
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Eliot Peper Apr 21
Replying to @eliotpeper
Amazon's algorithms favor books based on quality, quantity, and velocity of reviews. Goodreads points readers to new works based on ratings.
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Eliot Peper Apr 21
Want do make your favorite author's day? Review their work wherever you buy or discover books. You'd be amazed at the impact.
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Eliot Peper Apr 21
Mara Winkel wrote an oped for . Not too many fictional protagonists can claim that. :)
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Eliot Peper Apr 21
Incredible thread. Must read for writers, artists, or makers of any stripe.
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Sam Altman Apr 21
I have never, ever seen calling people idiots work as a way to get them to change their mind.
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Eliot Peper Apr 20
Replying to @garywhitta
srsly.
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Eliot Peper Apr 20
Gotcha, thanks. Now I see what you're getting at.
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Ryan Holiday Apr 20
"Just that you do the right thing. The rest doesn’t matter." Marcus Aurelius
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Eliot Peper Apr 20
:)
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Eliot Peper Apr 20
So their replies reflect that inattention and divert the conversation?
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Eliot Peper Apr 20
That just might work.
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Eliot Peper Apr 20
Good tip.
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Chuck Wendig Apr 20
That's a good question. I'd think trying to model it loosely on how real people talk and avoid sounding cheesy or sentimental?
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Eliot Peper Apr 20
Replying to @ChuckWendig
Guess I need to have some heart2hearts myself, and take notes. :)
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