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My team and I are going to start doing data dumps of intriguing things we’ve found. Here’s the first one.
In a month, as a team we generally look at several hundred charts and graphs many times for the purpose of figuring out how we will acquire customers and distribution for a new product or technology, I’ll be hand picking a few to feature here periodically.
In the last 30 days, I’ve become particularly fascinated with crypto-lucky-poker-playing-journalist-of-sorts turned fedramp’d government contractor and technology investor Chuck Johnson. Whether you like him or not, his questions are seemingly valid and he should force you to think a bit.
He gives me insight into what I deem to be the montauk trust-wad-ery of DC, NYC, LA, and SF entering rooms I haven’t, etc… Be prepared to see a lot of information about people, his blog posts read like a data dump of implications on a long dossier of people I don’t know but observe from the outside. I’ve shared some info from areas of his content.
I can count on my hand how many times I’ve come across blogs with interesting relationship data that I didn’t know or couldn’t possibly fathom. (Finance) (Biotech, Genetics) (Macro & Labor). – I instantly read as much of their material as possible, because I was fascinated.
Here’s the first data dump:
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