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Tweets Are Really Just Annotation and Description for the RSS Feed @6502838008 and @LarryChiang

by Larry Chiang on July 6, 2015

Larry Chiang’s Jedi business tricks, side doored him to the very top of the “New York Times Best Seller” list. The ‘tricks’ included “reverse shoplifting” into Whole Foods’ Columbus Circle location, premiering a year and a half before, grand opening at NY fashion week runway on “09-09-09” and finally launching, “What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School”. By debuting the book at Sundance and SXSW film festivals nine months and six months before 09-09-09, respectively, Hollywood optioning “WTDTYASBS” seems almost normal. People forgive the audacity because boastfulness is coupled with “Mentor mentions per press interview” (#MMPPI) His mentors, Gerri Detweiler and Mark McCormack (yes, Gerri Detweiler of “Ultimate Credit Handbook” fame and Mark McCormack of, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School” fame) are promoted at nearly every media interview. Play and practice entrepreneurship with Larry’s ideas about leveraging the energy of an RSS feed. Yes, a long forgotten technology tool like a hashtag, #CS178 or/and a light sabre.

New York Fashion Week (#NYFW) is where the best brands pay to launch new lines of clothing.
— Larry Chiang

July 6, 2015

By Larry Chiang
Have you seen the “Book as a platform”!?
I sat in on a mentorship session at Foo Camp that spoke of the book as a new platform.
It’s innovative. But not provocative.
Here is another utterly boring but ridiculously important ‘Deep Underground Capital Knowledge’ NUGGET. This entrepreneur insight: my tweets are just a description for the Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feed. What’s more boring is that like every page in my NYT best selling book, it begs for interaction from readers.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
In 2014, $Twtr found and cached all its webpages. My guess is that very few founders go hunting for subroutines.

Here are 5 subroutines in the below video

Because me and Chamillionaire came up with #hiLarryAss, I buried about $900,000 usd in my feed. Set a search intention and find my Easter eggs. Try to initially make 40-$200 in a seven hour stint.
Yes, I had time to make it hilarious 

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