…anyone can view rankings of the top eBirders in different hot spots, counties, states, and entire countries. You can even peruse a list of the top 100 eBirders in the world. These types of competitive lists have birthed trends like endless Big Years, in which birders constantly compete to see who can spot the most species in a year. […]

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Reid Hoffman posted some reflections on Greylock’s investment in Airbnb. Reid is a wonderful writer and his post is provides a wonderful narrative on how the investment came about. The part that caught me was this: Part of the reason that Blitzscaling opens with the Airbnb story is that it demonstrates how when you win a winner-take-most […]

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Tim Wu is out with a few things press keeps getting wrong about the Facebook antitrust case. Tim’s second point is most insights. The government doesn’t have a duty to prove that Instagram or WhatsApp, absent the merger, would have become significant competitors. Too many journalists have been falling for this assertion — and reporting […]

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In March I wrote about the impact COVID was going to have on new product introduction (NPI). Google delayed the release of its new Pixel smartphone by several months. The newest iPhone line-up was a month later this year. And last week Ford announced they would be delaying next year’s Bronco launch. So even some […]

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Completely communicate cross-media growth strategies with cooperative web services. Interactively utilize client-based users without worldwide sources.

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Completely communicate cross-media growth strategies with cooperative web services. Interactively utilize client-based users without worldwide sources.

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Efficiently exploit tactical testing procedures for empowered catalysts for change. Globally develop distributed relationships through open-source markets.

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Efficiently exploit tactical testing procedures for empowered catalysts for change. Globally develop distributed relationships through open-source markets.

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Roughly one in ten workers have filed for unemployment in the last three weeks. Here’s a look at estimated unemployment by state: Three states might have unemployment rates over 20% right now: Michigan, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. 15 states (and the District of Columbia) likely have unemployment rates over 15%: Alaska, California, District of Columbia, […]

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Over the last two weeks, the Federal Reserve has added over $500B a week to its balance sheet. Until March 2020, the largest weekly increase in the Fed Balance sheet was $292 billion (October 2008). There were two weeks in October 2008 that saw the Fed’s balance sheet increase more than $200 billion. Until March […]

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