April 2022 | Archive

103 Bits of Advice I Wish I Had Known
ApeCoin & the death of staking
BlitzFail: How Not to Go Off the Rails
Let's reconsider our "users"
Scarcity Truthers
The mystery of the miracle year
Time anxiety: is it too late?
Your Attention Sucks
A Beginner's Guide to Tea
A game engine to play them all
Abridged: Keep product deep-dive
Back to the Future of Twitter
Barneys Fantasia
Can a Fictional Ad Man Help Sell Real Cigarettes?
Celebrity, pop culture, and fashion trend analysis is taking over TikTok
DALL-E, the Metaverse, and Zero Marginal Content
Decentralization for Web3 Builders: Principles, Models, How
Dropped from the World's Biggest Boyband
Elon is Right: Twitter Should Open Up the Algorithm
Epic Games Primer (Pt I): Epic's Flywheel & Unreal Engine
Examination of web 3 gaming 'guilds': how they work and how they should work
How Twitch Vtuber Ironmouse became a star
Imagine You're a Venture Capitalist...
Inside the Tow Truck Mafia: How Organized Crime Took Over Canada’s Towing Industry
Insomniac Technologies
Lessons from community + TikTok (Games)
Lessons Learned: Lean Startup Conference Speaker Andy Rachleff on his 35 years in Silicon Valley, Wealthfront and telling stories
Meet the Blockchain Detectives Who Track Crypto’s Hackers and Scammers
My Learning Journey of Game Design
Opinion | Are We Measuring Our Lives in All the Wrong Ways?
Plastic (and payments) in the fantasy supply chain
Power Laws & Normal Distributions in Crypto's Future
r/place: Reddit Is Hosting The Internet’s Only Good Fan War
Real World Recommendation System
Renegade Spotlight: Paradigm
Rippling and the return of ambition
The Boneyard Principle: Why the Next Big Thing will Emerge from a Failed Idea
The Fog of Change
The Pursuit of Happiness
The silence is deafening
The Talent Vortex: Mafias and Magnets
Twitter as a City-State
Why Americans Are Always Running Out of Time
Why We Use “lol” So Much
World of Warcraft mod Epsilon allows players to create custom worlds
Zapier: The $5B unbundling opportunity
‘That’s it? It’s over? I was 30. What a brutal business’: pop stars on life after the spotlight moves on