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Ned
Running + reading. Australian.
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Ned 13h
Bring A Trailer continues to deliver
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Ned 13h
Replying to @Alex1Carpenter
Exponential in every direction
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Ned 13h
Replying to @anulman
Yep, I copped the Stripe publishing version. Pretty good! Currently in Sid Meiers Memoir, and read a similar sentiment in articles on Shareware.
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Ned 14h
Fun to read autobiographies of early gaming pioneers (Sid Meier, Jordan Mechner) and see how they call the top of the market as they come into it in the late 70’s and 80’s. “I mean, could the eye even see more than 128 colors” We have so much further to go.
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dot RIFF guy 15h
Replying to @ryandawidjan
product managers (employee number 200+) at extremely high growth companies certainly do know how to market their a/b testing and ownership of innocuous features as potential insights for naive founders
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Joshua Taylor 16h
I'm looking for a junior(ish) PM that can help me write up a PRD or two. Is that a thing? Know anyone?
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Ned 23h
$600 a month in a townhouse in Highgate, Perth. Immediately when you opened the front door there was a giant hole in the floor you had to jump over to get into the house.
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Ned Oct 21
Replying to @n2parko
Reforge
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Ned Oct 20
Replying to @AlexLlullTW
I bought back in 2017 with the plan to build something like this, I probs have wireframes somewhere. would have been better but there yuo have it :P If anyone plans to build something here DM for the domain!
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Megan Flamer Oct 18
The team got so much out of your chat, ! Love your candour!! 🙏🏾
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Ned Oct 18
Good times. Great Questions! 😉
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Ned Oct 18
Replying to @nedwin
My mantra is: A strong vision, solutions weakly held. If anyone has a good framework for when to quit I’d love to hear it. In the meantime I’ll be over here re-quoting Jim Coudal for the hundredth time.
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Ned Oct 18
Replying to @nedwin
It really does depend though! The earlier you are, the easier it is to put a bullet in it. The further along you get to proving your hypothesis, the more conviction you should build. New evidence should have you questioning your existence.
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Ned Oct 18
Replying to @nedwin
I didn’t have a great answer to the question. “Once you don’t have any more things to try to solve the problem” “When you have more bad days than good” And the worst one: “It depends.”
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Ned Oct 18
Replying to @nedwin
I suggested that you want to focus on the process of starting up - identifying a gnarly problem to solve, finding the right way to solve it - and try to remove any ego in what you discover. Don’t tie yourself to the first thing you find; be prepared to kill many ideas.
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Ned Oct 18
Replying to @nedwin
The context was that I’ve worked on a half dozen businesses in the last three years to varying degrees. The least amount of time/effort to warrant mentioning is about 2 months. The longest was about 18 months.
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Ned Oct 18
I met a group of ~20 early stage founders today doing a university-based accelerator and got asked a difficult, brutal question: “How do you know when to quit?”
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Ned Oct 18
Replying to @SimonGTurner
Same bud, I feel you!
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Ned Oct 16
Replying to @TaylorSicard
What platform do you use for SMS?
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Ned Oct 16
It's amazing how much ground you can cover in <15 minutes.
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