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Liam Cardenas
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Liam Cardenas May 27
Bundling is really gaining interest 🚀 Odeon is coming soon and built around this feature
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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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Jerry Neumann May 27
I get a lot of weekly newsletters and I was thinking if you combined them thematically but charged the same amount the readers would get better value and the publishers might actually make more money because of a larger audience. Can't believe no one has thought of this before
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Liam Cardenas May 26
Replying to @yongfook
Followed. Please share results!
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Liam Cardenas May 26
Prediction: Charli D'Amelio
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Liam Cardenas May 26
Kylie Jenner Joe Rogan Rise of the influencer billionaires?
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Liam Cardenas May 26
Replying to @naval
Jordan Peterson (almost) died trying to bring us 12 rules for life. Just sayin’
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Liam Cardenas May 24
Replying to @sriramk @rabois
For me, the second is a feature. I used to keep it in the smartfolio case 24/7 and didn’t appreciate the natural form factor. Now I actually take it out of the case
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Zack Kanter May 23
Update: only took 4. Good riddance.
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Liam Cardenas May 22
Replying to @AlexGalbate
Ohh lol I see that now
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Liam Cardenas May 22
Replying to @AlexGalbate
That’s a helluva price of entry to charge someone for credibility in the job market. Who gets that money? And who pays? The wealthy get that money (either directly or indirectly) and the poor often pay. 2/
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Liam Cardenas May 22
Replying to @AlexGalbate
I don’t think so — but long term it will likely help a bit. The problem is the cost. Higher Ed is like a country club that costs 10s to 100s if Ks to join. Even in-state (subsidized) it’s higher than the median income. In many cases it’s higher than GDP per capita. 1/
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Liam Cardenas May 22
Replying to @ljcio
The perfect place to hide a wealth transfer from poor to rich is in education, the best way for the poor to become rich
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Liam Cardenas May 22
The university system is one of the biggest wealth transfer from poor to rich of all time
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Liam Cardenas May 22
Replying to @micsolana
I work on my kitchen table, sometimes on my couch and bedroom floor too. What about homeless people working remote tho
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Liam Cardenas May 22
My favorite tech stack for studying something new: PDF + MarginNote 3 + iPad Pro
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Liam Cardenas May 22
Replying to @jasoncrawford
You might be surprised by the rigor of evolutionary psych work. For instance, A Natural History of Human Morality is accessible and the arguments are very well substantiated.
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Liam Cardenas May 21
Twitter Square Coinbase Shopify Facebook The list continues to grow... and anecdotally LOTS of SMBs.
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Liam Cardenas May 21
Remote work makes me bullish on South America. Why? Time zones
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Liam Cardenas May 21
Replying to @shl
It’s not zero sum
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