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Josh Elman
Important point in here about shared experiences as a community vs very individualized experiences. We are missing out on shared things. Part of why HQ Trivia and similar are so interesting right now
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Rahul Sheth Dec 6
Replying to @joshelman
Exactly why we think our Ludi app is going to take off as a great way to actually communicate two-way on shared interests / topics with others as well as your favorite influencers! (talked to Seth)
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Josh Elman Dec 6
Replying to @akruglov
The shared experience is a powerful part of it. Even if you aren’t locally incentivized to get more of your friends on it
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Josh Elman Dec 6
Replying to @akruglov
The chat isn’t the same thing as shared experience. It is the numbers. And I doubt you would care as much when it is 10k and didn’t have this extra energy
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Josh Elman Dec 6
Replying to @akruglov
You may be the outlier. Or just got tired of the game after a few weeks which still may happen to lots of folks and you were just brilliantly early on the trend
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Josh Elman Dec 6
Replying to @akruglov
Agree with that. The tech play is it is still hard and nonstandard to deliver this live interactive experience so tightly integrated. But over time it will be just about format and brand and size effects
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Alex Singh Dec 6
Replying to @joshelman
This is another example of the attraction of contrasting alternatives, an unoriginal idea I wrote about. ()
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Elissa Shevinsky Dec 6
Replying to @joshelman
Wow, time to re-read Toqueville.
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Kevin Frankenfeld Dec 6
See it in music too. Why curated playlists and streamed DJs like & are popular. Curation connects.
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