Always a great way to discovery new stuff.
Also reading a ton of reddit. Favorite subreddit, /r/firstworldanarchists.
Haha. Look forward to reading everyone else's recommendations!
Podcast: Tim Ferriss, Tony Robbins new podcastBook: Traction How Any Startup Can Achieve Explosive Customer GrowthBook: Nobody Wants to Read Your Sh*t
Stratechery looks very interesting. I'm a fan of long form posts so will be bookmarking this for future reading and of course Tim Ferriss is awesome
Blog: Wait But WhyBlog: anything Jon Westenburg on MediumPodcast: Lean Startup series (Product/Market Fit)Book: Surely You're Joking, Mr Feynman
blog: For Entrepreneurspodcast: The Startup Chat with Steli Efti & Hiten Shahbook: Shoe Dog by Phil Knight
Blog: StratecheryBlog: Paul Graham (specifically enjoyed his June post on Pittsburgh's potential as a startup hub)Podcast: Exponent (Stratechery's podast)Podcast: Note to Self
blog: Stratecherypodcast: Tim Ferrissbook: What to Think About Machines That Think (one of the best books about AI I've read)book: The Upside of Irrationality - Dan Ariely
book: Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies (quite good in laying out the future options for how generalized greater-than-human AI might evolve)podcast: Code Switch. Superb exposure to thinking about race in America. book: Lean Analytics (actually leading a book club at work with about 30 people reading this book together)Other content: Product Lunch (productlunch.com)Classes: Werner Herzog Masterclass on Filmmaking (masterclass.com)
Podcast: Tim Ferriss, Joe RoganBooks: Art of startup funding, Letters from a Stoic The book of 5 rings Trails of Genghis Khan by Tim CopeBlog: Entrepreneur on Fire
Books: Smartcuts, Traction, Designing for Changing Behavior (expands on Hooked)Blog: Seth Godin, and now Stratecherypodcast: Seth Godin Startup School, James Altucher, Tim Ferriss, and Growth Hacking by Laura Moreno
I'm a big fan of Mark Suster, brilliant LA VC (Upfront Venture, well chosen name)https://bothsidesofthetable.com/invest-in-lines-not-dots-611f36491d73#.jdr7byc0pThis is the post which made me connect initially.
Blogs of depth are rare to find & I'm a taken on elaborate ones. These twitter times of 1 liner solves your problem are gone. The World is complex, so are we
I am actually reading more & more books. Tons of free books out there (I thought it was Amazon & iBook).I read Hatching Twitter which was brilliant & scary. Great book reader by the way: http://www.macbookreader.com/from a geek working from his swimming pool in Rome
Blog: StratecheryPodcast: Keeping it 1600Podcast: A16zPodcast: Mike Fishbein, This is Project ManagementBook: Leadership and Self-Deception i.e. People are not objects Book: Anti-fragileBook: Underground Airlines
Blog: http://mobiledevmemo.com/Newsletter: https://www.launchticker.com/Newsletter: grow.co
Seems like Stratechery is worth the price, judging from all the +1s!