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Deep Underground Capital Knowledge

by Larry Chiang on August 19, 2019

By Larry Chiang


So much of VC is sales, selling, distribution and promotion 

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VC #cs183vc, Venture Capital

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Doing VP of Marketing Work

August 19, 2019

By Larry Chiang If there is no one driving the bus, you can just install yourself as VP of Marketing. The vice president of Marketing is like a #csMajorCMO. External APIs happen all the time.  For example, if you tutored people to  – get a higher SAT score, the Scholastic Board didn’t grant you permission  […]

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Inverted Fun Curves

August 16, 2019

By Larry Chiang Flip and invert the fun curve Women who are 29-33, invert your fun curve. Fun curves are exactly like the Interest rate Yield Curve Inversion. Nature makes you less fun when fewer men try to date you.  Women who are 25-29 yo, are the “10 year” 29-33 are the ‘2 year’ Sexual […]

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Low Interest Rates Set a 5,000 Year, Low

August 15, 2019

By Larry Chiang Good luck out there if you’re studying Deep Underground Chinese Knowledge [d.u.c.k.] Brad Lemley (@BradCLemley) 8/14/19, 4:34 PM ⁦‪@NickSzabo4‬⁩ Bloomberg’s blithely asserting the “non-weirdness” of something that has not happened in 5,000 years is a pretty unique take:  businessinsider.com/5000-year-hist… Download  Nick Szabo 🔑 (@NickSzabo4) 8/14/19, 4:06 PM It doesn’t cost any more to store […]

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Sahil Lavingia on Surviving a Mutiny

August 8, 2019

Sahil Lavingia (@shl) 4/6/19, 11:11 AM When Gumroad went from a skeleton crew to just me and I pretended everything was going alright. pic.twitter.com/kJXspk2aga

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Don’t kill the “Messenger” SxSw 2018

August 8, 2019
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Running Bitcoin

August 4, 2019

halfin (@halfin) 1/10/09, 8:33 PM Running bitcoin

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The Losers Bracket

August 3, 2019

By Larry Chiang In life, all the winners come outta the losers bracket Common sense that is completely wrong says that winners just win all the time. Normal intuition would have you think that winning at entrepreneurship is a smooth path The path is not smooth. Stanford ranked #2-#3 all year but had to win […]

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Episode 6; Money In,Money Out

August 2, 2019

Larry Chiang @duck9 (@LarryChiang) 7/19/19, 10:08 AM Episode 6; Money In; Money out.  Larry Chiang @duck9 (@LarryChiang) 7/19/19, 10:08 AM #HowToNotGoBankruptAsAnEntrepreneurNothing of this is common sense. It’s all counterintuitive  Larry Chiang @duck9 (@LarryChiang) 7/19/19, 10:08 AM Thermodynamics. Heat transfers from hot to cold Larry Chiang @duck9 (@LarryChiang) 7/19/19, 10:08 AM Timing the money coming in […]

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Price Forecast for Deep Undergrad Crypto Knowledge

July 24, 2019

Pantera Capital (@PanteraCapital) 7/24/19, 10:01 AM We initially published this forecast in January ($3,700/BTC) using pricing data from Dec ’10 thru Dec ’18. During that time, bitcoin grew at a 235% CAGR. If #bitcoin reverts to its long-term trend by end of: 2019: $42,000 2020: $122,000 2021: $356,000   Oct 22, sf ca. Ritz Carlton […]

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