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Nathan Baschez
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Nathan Baschez 1h
Replying to @nbashaw
Oh! And a bit of vinegar and lime juice and beef broth
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Nathan Baschez 1h
Replying to @nbashaw
Also I have a ton of leftover chili paste (made from anchos, guajillos, chili de arbol, chipotle in adobo, onion, garlic, fennel seed, cloves, and black peppercorns) Glad I didn’t put that all in because it’s spicy af 😅
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Nathan Baschez 1h
Replying to @nbashaw
It’s coming together - just 4 more hours of stewing 🌶💥
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Nathan Baschez 5h
Replying to @elusivepeanut
I’ve not worked at a big enough company to use it since it came out - was just saying it looks awesome haha
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Nathan Baschez 15h
Came here to post this 😆
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Nathan Baschez 18h
Making a birria / chili type thing tomorrow and I could not be more stoked
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Nathan Baschez 19h
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Nathan Baschez retweeted
Mac the VC Nov 30
1/ Aspiring VCs, know that you will say no to founders far more often than you say yes. There will be plenty of time when you say no and founders will get defensive and even angry. This is why many VCs are very nice and don't always give direct feedback.
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Nathan Baschez 19h
This should be a really cool role
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Nathan Baschez 23h
Replying to @thatguyBG
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Nathan Baschez 23h
Replying to @thatguyBG
This is so true also known as "sour grapes"
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Nathan Baschez Nov 30
Replying to @dksf @DCoolican and 2 others
But yes definitely some form of profit share is key and already happening
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Nathan Baschez Nov 30
Replying to @dksf @DCoolican and 2 others
The earnings of Lambda grads fall in a really tight range compared to creators. And with creators you have a much higher failure rate. It's just much higher beta overall. You need winners to be able to pay for losers, so the cap won't work
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Nathan Baschez Nov 30
Replying to @dksf @DCoolican and 2 others
I don't know if ISA has a specific enough definition to make it clearly good or bad way of sharing upside in early risk, but I can say the way Lambda School does it wouldn't work for creators
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Nathan Baschez Nov 30
Replying to @YaakovCohney
But improving App Store discovery is a fascinating jumping off point
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Nathan Baschez Nov 30
Replying to @YaakovCohney
Yep!
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Nathan Baschez Nov 30
Replying to @nosreffeJtnayrB
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Nathan Baschez Nov 30
Replying to @nbashaw
Might have to write a short about this 🤔
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Nathan Baschez Nov 30
I am extremely pumped about this Congrats to Josh! This, combined with Apple’s recent fee cut, show they may have had a wake-up call in 2020 regarding developer relations
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Nathan Baschez Nov 30
In publishing some sort of profit share is semi-common, but yes the big thing is distribution. And in order to gain distribution, it’s often more efficient to plug into an existing channel than to create an entirely new one.
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