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Kevin Kwok
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Kevin Kwok 3h
Oh man you too! Okay seems like worth getting
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Kevin Kwok 3h
Replying to @z
Ofc the real question. Is how bad is screen size for tiktok
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Kevin Kwok 3h
Replying to @sethjberman @z
Yes these are the reviews I want!!
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Kevin Kwok 3h
Replying to @z
ah wait really? Do you not recommend it?
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Kevin Kwok 24h
Replying to @tnorthcutt @patio11
If you are willing to be in for the long haul then either - power broker - LBJ 1 Former if more into cities, local planning and power Latter if more into national and senate
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Kevin Kwok Dec 2
Replying to @chiefofstuffs @thlpr
Welcome to the main world
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Kevin Kwok Dec 2
Replying to @chiefofstuffs @thlpr
Yessss awesome to see:)!
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karl yang (chiefofstuffs) Dec 2
Replying to @kevinakwok @thlpr
I rediscovered 's tweet thanks to and it's eerie how accurate it was, though "main" has not been real "main" since early 2019
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Kevin Kwok Dec 2
As one of David’s roommates I’m very sad he will no longer be gloriously unemployed and able to do exciting midday adventures with me like “sit in backyard staring at fig tree” But am excited for what he’ll do at Google!
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Kevin Kwok Dec 2
Replying to @farooqib
Yes! Also does weird things if you airdrop between iPhone and Mac haha Number one way to break your friends websites heh
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Kevin Kwok Dec 2
Replying to @taimurabdaal
Oh yeah I haven't seen it either. Just as example Corollary to this, is why there are very different bars for - personal thoughts on subject - sharing in private chats - sharing in public discussion
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Kevin Kwok Dec 2
Replying to @taimurabdaal
neutral position. This is larger source (among others) imo of the conflict being pointed out in original thread. And if so, leads to very different conclusion--because then it's not due to misunderstanding but actual differing in viewpoints on what allocation of attention means
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Kevin Kwok Dec 2
Replying to @taimurabdaal
I suspect this is a factor but not one of the main ones. As an example of one i think is higher. Many people intuitively view attention as a scarce resource. So attention IS viewed as prioritization of a topic as worth focus and debate. Vs discussion being possible as a pure
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Kevin Kwok Dec 2
Replying to @VictorPontis
Haha yes, my roommate and I one night were reminiscing about the app store. And collected bunch of examples of ones for blog post I never got around to writing But my favorite part is how easily you could play two truths and a lie on spotify apps haha. They were all absurd
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Kevin Kwok Dec 1
hehe. All the best parts of twitter are
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Kevin Kwok Dec 1
most importantly, I agree that we need to prove the causal impact of them. And I don't think we have yet. It's why I'm more interested rn in time spent w/ companies testing that out. Than in primarily the public writing on topic. if it works, no one will need to proselytize it
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Kevin Kwok Dec 1
There's lots more I could say on this topic. But I'd say the final thing to me is that I do agree with Eric's critiques mostly. Loops have become popular, but I'm not sure the progress we've had in them has increased with that popularity to the degree we should hope for. But
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Kevin Kwok Dec 1
companies busines models evolving we shoudl expect to see MORE types of peer level to network effect loops. It's why we need a way to understand the components that actually generate them.
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Kevin Kwok Dec 1
and the reality is that by our definitions of network effects (and we only have <10 named ones) there are actualyl many many other analogs to network effects that dont' fit into the classifications. And even if they did the classifications aren't useful And because of how we see
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Kevin Kwok Dec 1
ing the min and max viable scopes of them for many reasons. Both ofr how ot best improve them as well as to geenralize our understanding of them so we can better apply them at other companies. It's current network effect studies that are *not* useful and top down
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