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Tuesday TEA Time - A Startup School, an Untitled Goose Game, and some Soviet monuments…

September 4 · Issue #51 · View online
Tuesday TEA Time
I hope you have had a good start to your week. For some reason I don’t really have any Tech related links bookmarked from the last week. I’m not sure if I just didn’t record them or if I just wasn’t as interested. Either way, I hope you find something interesting below.
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Sam Altman - How to Succeed with a Startup - YouTube
A lot gets written about Y Combinator, many of the words negative, but the free Startup School videos they publish are an incredible resource that any entrepreneur should view. It’s not that everything they say is right, it’s that they will make you think through the most important parts of building your company. The above video includes an incredible amount of good advice in such a short time.
Untitled Goose Game - Coming to Switch and Computers! - YouTube
I am so excited about this upcoming Untitled Goose Game! I don’t play the Nintendo Switch often, but this will definitely change that for a time. So excited.
Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ Suit is Back
Oh man. So nice. But could I really pull off a white suit?
Women's Pockets are Inferior.
I love the data visualizations in the above article. It really tells the story better than words ever could.
And finally, it is very much worth spending some time browsing Monumentalism: a visual study of socialist architecture and design. I’ve included some of my favorite below.
OK, that’s it for this week. I hope you found something interesting. Forward this to a friend who might like these types of links or reply and let me know what you like or don’t like. Thanks ☺️
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