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The 'NBFC for Insurance' in India

India's upcoming 'standalone micro-insurance company' framework - venture or impact opportunities? Maybe, both? It's time to insure 500M+ lives
InsurTech Tribe

How to attract better-skilled employees for lower wages

I have recently written a rather sheepish post on the link between the perceived morality of a company and the wages a company has to pay. Back then, I showed that companies that are perceived as immoral have to pay higher wages to attract qualifi...
Klement on Investing

Peloton: The Roadmap To 100 Million Subscribers

Peloton has seen significant growth related to the COVID-19 pandemic, but where do they go from here?
Huddle Up

Software is Eating the Markets (Audio)

Listen now (33 min) | Welcome to the 574 newly Not Boring people who have joined us since the last email! If you’re reading this but haven’t subscribed, join 18,613 smart, curious folks by subscribing here! Hi friends 👋 , Happy Monday! Not Boring ...
Not Boring by Packy McCormick

Update

The Sunday edition of the newsletter didn't get published due to a scheduling error.
Perceptions

Should streamers pay game devs?

Reopening this controversial argument.
AFK

Two events

The Generalist is hosting two events with tech’s most original thinkers. You can find both here. Scarcity and Abundance in Tech Sunday, November 1st @ 2 pm ET Kevin Kelly once referred to the internet as a "copying machine," noting that &quot...
The Generalist

New! Customize your post’s URL + social preview

We’ve added a few more ways to help your posts stand out: customizable post URLs and the ability to upload any image as a social preview. To edit your post’s URL, click on “Settings” from the post’s editor. Along with custom domains, this means yo...
Substack

EthHub Weekly #137

PayPal to support crypto, Yield Protocol now live, Polymarket raises $4mil, AUDIO live on mainnet and much more.
EthHub
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The Unbundling of Udemy

Millions of people are looking to learn new skills online yet current platforms like Udemy lack the community and topic-based interaction necessary to build truly immersive educational experiences. This hole is paving the way for a new generation ...
Late Checkout - a Substack by Greg Isenberg

The death of social serendipity

Suddenly, we’re all working from home and using remote tools to stay connected, a steady trend which has been greatly accelerated. But in that jump, we've lost some of the really key elements of a shared physical space – things that lead to freer,...
Johnnymakes

How To Create An Amazing Landing Page Using Dorik

Building a landing page has become an imperative of every business or product you want to introduce to the world. Learning how to code can be a long and exhausting process. Maybe hiring an affordable web designer is not in your budget and you are ...
Fresh van Root

Educated money

People tend to call it smart money but as I have argued before, investing success has little to do with intelligence. So, when I saw a new study that investigated which investors take the right and wrong side of specific trades, I was cringing a b...
Klement on Investing

Zoom dad fail.

So, my daughter had a very important group Zoom assessment thing for university this evening. An hour before it kicked off she was doing the rou…
CheeseburgerGothic

Chance encounters

One of the most controversial posts I wrote this year was the one where I doubted that work from home will become normal and people will hardly ever come back to their offices and meet in person. One of the interesting observations was that younge...
Klement on Investing

The Secret Venture Capital Firm Backed By The Biggest Stars In Sports & Entertainment

How the biggest celebrities in sports and entertainment teamed up to use their influence as a driving force behind investments.
Huddle Up

In Flight | Mem Labs 🧠

Welcome aboard. For those just joining us, In Flight exists to give readers the chance to try new tech, first. It also helps founders find their first true believers. Thanks for being here. Today, I'm excited ...
The Generalist

First Woman Voter

Or "How I spent my summer vacation."
JoeBlogs

September 6, 2020

Earlier this week, New York Times columnist Farhad Manjoo warned that American democracy is ending. He pointed to political violence on the streets, the pandemic, unemployment, racial polarization, and natural disasters, all of which are destabili...
Letters from an American

022 | Serendipity is better than luck.

Hey friends, Paradoxically, it’s not about who you know but who knows you. Let me explain. The best opportunities are the ones you never expected. I often get asked how I’m able to get involved in so many different avenues of work from full-on int...
Yath’s Blogletter

Run Your Marketing Retrospective With Metro Retro

A Retrospective is a meeting format in the Agile Software Development world, which is a kind of structured/moderated feedback meeting after an iteration. An iteration in software development describes a software development cycle. Today all areas ...
Fresh van Root

Combining factors in a portfolio

About a month ago, I wrote about the decline in the performance of factor portfolios. I closed with a hopeful note that a combination of different factors can still be used to improve portfolio performance. Given the alarming number of factors ide...
Klement on Investing

The Greatest Photos In NFL History

A look into where fan attendance & COVID-19 protocols stand for week 1 of the 2020 NFL season.
Huddle Up

Swaypay: Not Boring Memo (Audio)

How Sway as a Currency Steals from the Rich and Gives Back to the Rest
Not Boring by Packy McCormick

Renewals

Hi everybody. Hope you’re holding up in these crazy times. I apologize again for not posting here more often. I’m hoping for things to begin to clear up a bit over the next few weeks and we can get this thing rolling again. In the meantime, I want...
JoeBlogs

The S-1 Club | Snowflake and the Data Blizzard

Snowflake in 1 minute Since its founding in 2012, Snowflake has grown into a leader in the cloud data warehousing space. The company's intuitive solution makes it easy to run analytical queries with a customer-aligned billing model. Intriguingly, ...
The Generalist

Growth Loops and Where to Find Them

When I first heard about growth loops, I thought it was another new jargon thrown around in PM/growth circles. I had wasted my time reading about another buzzword - growth hacking and didn’t want to do it again. So I ignored this buzzword for a wh...
The Growth Catalyst Newsletter

Safety Lasagna

First, for those reading this on the West Coast, I hope you and your families are as safe as possible. Many of you have written to ask about evidence on wildfire smoke, and I hope to be able to write a bit on this early next week. Today, I wanted ...
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