This is another awesome article/resource provided by YCombinator. This time it’s a guideline for building EdTech Products:
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Here are some interesting quotes from Jessica Livingston, the founder of Y-Combinator, interviewing with Sam Altman.
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For app developers and brand marketers, a place on a student’s home screen is prime real estate.
College students spend hours on end tapping and swiping on their smartphones each and every day. Whether it’s the latest social media platform or a new camera feature, there always seems to be a buzz going around college campuses, hyping up the latest and greatest apps.
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The other day was Yom Kippur. For people who honor the day, it’s a day for fasting and repentance.
I fasted. Luckily, it went pretty fast.
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Snap Inc. claims to be a camera company, but their main product is not a camera. Right?
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Perspective is super important. It shapes the way we think, learn, and understand. It prevents wars and fights. It aides us when we are building the world’s most important projects.
Continue reading “The Difference Between Silicon Valley and Elsewhere”
I wanted to point out a really neat tool that was up on Product Hunt the other day. It’s called Roll Call, and it’s the best way I’ve found to simply record audio and have online conversations.
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I thought that this was a super interesting article.
For years, innovation and building new things has largely been an individual or per company mission. Communities in SF, Boston, and New York are the only ones producing outliers.
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Ambition has a funny place in society. I’m not quite sure if “having some sort of ambition” is looked down upon or veered upon with respect. I think aiming high is really important.
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