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Naval 6h
Replying to @Esqarrouth
There may be some on YouTube. Apologies.
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Naval Feb 16
Thanks! BTW, I spoke too quickly at one part and muddled up nationalism and socialism on right and left. Of course I meant greater nationalism on the right and socialism on the left.
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Yule Heibel Feb 16
On Feb.12 had a long convo with It was intriguing, so I wrote it up. See Listen to the conversation directly here:
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Naval Feb 14
Replying to @TheVasuJain
Too abstract. Specifics?
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Naval Feb 14
It's basically impossible to compete with email for conversations with sensitive data. Would you entrust a career-ending comment to a social network?
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Pierre Azoulay Feb 13
Replying to @pierre_azoulay
And here is the kicker: the result holds *within* authors as well as *between* authors. The same science dude/dudette is more likely to do disruptive work (yuck this word again) when working in a small team than when working in a large team. [9/12]
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Naval Feb 13
Replying to @3ArmsZone20203
Read (old) foundational books in science and philosophy and ignore society.
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Naval Feb 13
I wrote it down here in 2005, tongue in cheek:
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Naval Feb 13
Replying to @ImrnHdr
Better than English but still something you can learn without the overhead of a four year college education. Suggest real STEM.
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Podcast Notes Feb 13
“In a first world society, success and failure is much more about how you control, manage, and break addictions than it is about going out and doing something” NEW NOTES 🔥 Naval Ravikant Joins Scott Adams on Periscope – 2/12/19
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Teej Feb 12
If you have a minute, or 90, and love a thought provoking podcast or a mind bending conversation This is at his best. My head may never stop spinning
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Justin Owings Feb 12
When and have coffee and tea, good things happen. E.g. the 9 min from 39:30-48:00 in today's conversation: • Naval ➡️ why Twitter should be an open protocol (vs. media company) • Scott ➡️ insight on influence x reach ☕🍵 Link:
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Scott Adams Feb 12
Scott Adams: "Scott Adams talks with Ravikant about all the important stuff. Bring a beverage."
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Naval Feb 12
This is available now from inside the periscope app but the share link isn’t working. Please find it in feed until a share link is available.
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Tim Chang Jan 31
The initial motivations for adoption & paths to monetization for any new technology or platform historically tend to lie in helping people get Made, Paid, or Laid...
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Naval Feb 10
Perhaps Keto is just real Paleo with a tight feedback loop.
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Naval Feb 10
Perhaps Keto is just real Paleo with a tight feedback loop.
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Naval Feb 9
Money isn’t an invention. It isn’t even a discovery. It’s intrinsic to the human species. It’s how we keep track of debts with strangers, and cooperate across genetic boundaries - something no other species can do.
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Dax Ravi Feb 9
Replying to @thdxr
There is another way to get rich. Someone can lobby the apple government to limit the number of apple grower licenses. They gain control of a once decentralized apple market and enrich themselves without creating any new apples. These are the rent seekers we should destroy
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Dax Ravi Feb 9
Imagine a world with 100 people who each produce and consume one apple every year. If someone invents a way to double output and takes half of everyone's second apple they become obscenely wealthy (50 apples a year). Still, everyone is much better off This is wealth creation
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