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Delightful beings, what is going on? I have been thinking a lot about the photo sharing site. The platform just keeps getting worse with dark patterns lifted from TikTok, and I was amused by the revelation that it will continue to support photos. The platform's evolution is a matter close to my heart and I continue to be torn about "thought leaders" I love using social media, but I am curious where photographers can go nowadays. There are answers on a postcard
You don't have to read the article, but you should look at the pictures in the piece I published this morning: BMF's 3D printing powers are magnificent, and I'm awestruck by how far 3D printing has come.
The applications for the startup battlefield 200 are due this week.
Kyle reported that the existing hardware picked up a new trick along the way and can now measure blood oxygen levels with more fitness features to come.
In this week's episode, we had a guest on the show. After a wildfire ripped through Northern California and thousands of people were put on long waiting lists to get started building their homes, she started Homebound to make home-building more accessible. Why this founder feels confident is an episode of the show. As soon as possible, get that wisdom into you. You can find a link to found on all your favorite platforms.
The founders of Struck Capital suggested that they use the "thousands of pitches" they receive to inform which companies they choose to build, which was a bit unnerving.
There's more startup goodies.
startup teams are under more pressure than ever to make the best use of rare opportunities, even though small talk is still the start of the conversation.
Entrepreneurs should resist the urge to be defensive in these sessions according to Blair Silverberg.
If a founder can push the questions back to the investor in a way that gives a better understanding of their business and investment strategy, the rest of the conversation will be easier.
The right questions to ask investors when fundraising in a down market
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The government department believes there is no case to answer after the Competition and Markets Authority revealed it was carrying out a market study into music-streaming services.
The automotive giant took a 40% profit nosedive in the second quarter, according to a report. She covered 3 indicators to watch for on GM Q2 earnings day, as well as Rebecca's revelation that the company landed a $2.5 billion government loan for U.S. batteries.
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