A Little Book on Breathing

I made A Little Book on Breathing β€” let me know what you think (you can also flip through the pages with your keyboard arrows): πŸ‘‰ https://joshuaschoenaker.com/breathing/

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Governments worldwide are trying to attract remote workers

Working remotely from Iceland 😍

Over the last years and months β€” accelerated by coronavirus β€” we’ve seen more and more countries, states, and cities actively trying to attract remote workers to come work and live in their area of the world. In the form of visas, cash, tax breaks, or simply better advertising. It’s cool to see this, and… Continue reading Governments worldwide are trying to attract remote workers

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A selection of impressive GPT-3 examples

I’ve started collecting some impressive examples of GPT-3. For those that don’t know, GPT-3 (Generative Pre-training Transformer) is a recently released natural language processing neural network created by OpenAI. Here are some examples people have started building recently that I found really inspiring:

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Discover startup ideas investors would like to fund (aka Requests For Startups)

Most people in the startup ecosystem are probably familiar with Y Combinator’s Requests for Startups: ycombinator.com/rfs/ In their words: Many of the best ideas we’ve funded were ones that surprised us, not ones we were waiting for. There are, however, some startups that we’re very interested in seeing founders apply with. Below is an updated Request… Continue reading Discover startup ideas investors would like to fund (aka Requests For Startups)

A B2B software marketplace

The other day I received a really well targeted, well written cold sales email from another startup who was trying to sell us on-demand programmers. We had no need at that time, but would likely in the future. While I was checking out their company, I realized they were actually a pretty good fit for… Continue reading A B2B software marketplace

Discover startup ideas by looking at features of big companies

This week it dawned on me that many startups, and specifically B2B SaaS startups, seem to often replicate a feature from larger established businesses. It makes sense. It’s a way for smaller companies to be able to use the same tools to compete with the incumbents. A social proof widget like booking.com Many are familiar… Continue reading Discover startup ideas by looking at features of big companies