First person to find the blue card wins.
A story about product-market fit.
Four years ago my partner and I were talking about revolutionary 20th century technology when we began day dreaming about future inventions that could redefine humanity. It was in this
Considering the hype in cryptocurrency, it's easy to think that the way this art was valued was equally hyped. But a closer look reveals useful lessons in building products and businesses.
Bubble is a technology I've come to love. The ethos behind its creation - that you shouldn't have to have a PhD in computer science to build a custom website - is exciting, democratic, and empowering. There's a lot of great design in this
A national credit union hired me to collect 7,534 commercial loan contracts issued between 2007 and 2017. Here they are on a map. Note: this data was sourced from public records. To learn more see how I built this.Each parcel is color
Three years ago a national credit union hired me to collect some "hard-to-reach public data." Specifically, they wanted to mass-gather Peoria and surrounding county’s public records on commercial real estate to learn details about potential customers that would help them sell loans. Here
Explore combinations and simulations.
Profitable investing is easy enough a dead person could do it.
Ever heard of a game called Two Truths and a Lie? That’s basically this blog column except we’ll tell as many truths as we want.
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