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Hunter Walk and Mark Suster and Deleting History and Editing Like #cs183e

by Larry Chiang on April 19, 2017

By Larry Chiang
I rely on searching inside twitter for specific topics. Thus, deleting histories runs counter in my effort to use twitter like it’s a “repository of signature business protocols”. 
David Silva Smith asked “Mark Suster, you stopped tweeting?”

Mark Suster 👊🏼 (@msuster)
Nope. Just deleted history. Following in the footsteps of the great @hunterwalk twitter.com/davidsilvasmit…


So…


So, I will be more diligent in 
– screenshotting
– hashtagging
– embedding. 

Tweets that will help founders who search inside twitter 
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
@msuster @hunterwalk Histories (on twitter) can evaporate, but screenshotting-hashtagging-embedding your tweet on WP was real. #cs183e = editing #postmortem pic.twitter.com/GUrPPZ7fqa

Histories (on twitter) can evaporate, but screenshottibg-hashtagging-embedding your tweet on WP was real. #cs183e = editing #postmortem 


Searching inside twitter for distribution hacks and editing their startup to improve their startup = best use of twitter for a newbie with few followers. 


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Hunter Walk (@hunterwalk)
Postmortems are important, but consider a premortem too

hunterwalk.com/2012/04/23/the…


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Hunter’s tweet applies to #cs183e


☆ Sean Lindsay (@rseanlindsay)
@hunterwalk I really liked this post from @lpolovets that seems relevant to your point: 

twitter.com/lpolovets/stat…


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#cs183e is postmortems and premortem. CS 183e is inspired by YC and Stanford engineering. 

Leo Polovets (@lpolovets)
“How to Use Thought Experiments to De-Risk Your Startup” codingvc.com/how-to-use-tho… [new blog post] pic.twitter.com/GnoWw1ru7Z


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