Links for April 27th

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

Ben Hunt on Twitter: "Raising rates to 3.5% to 4% would spur real economic risk-taking by corporate sector, which will recharge labor productivity and real growth, AND get inflation anchored at 2-3%. But markets will take a 20% hit in the transition away

This is Water - Epsilon Theory

Whom Fortune Favors: Things that Matter #1, Pt. 1 - Epsilon Theory

Neural networks and deep learning

Bootstrapped CPC rule of thumb: MRR/25

What "practical life advice" (such as tools, methods, and principles) do you have for physically organizing your home, workspace, etc? : slatestarcodex

Enterprise -- Colonel Comes to Japan (Kentucky Fried Chicken) -- 1981 - YouTube

How do startups actually get their content marketing to work? | TechCrunch

Wright's Law Edges Out Moore's Law in Predicting Technology Development - IEEE Spectrum

Svelte 3: Rethinking reactivity

Zoom, Zoom, Zoom! The Exclusive Inside Story Of The New Billionaire Behind Tech’s Hottest IPO

Right Is The New Left | Slate Star Codex

Beyond Meat S-1

Smartcar | The API for your car

Ryan Kulp's answer to What is your idea for a unique yet affordable business? - Quora

How to Have a HIGHLY Productive "ON" Day | LifeMathMoney

simpolism on Twitter: "lol (Berne, "Transactional Analysis in Psychotherapy" pp. 64-65)" / Twitter

A year with Spectre: a V8 perspective · V8

Every Kanye album cover in the style of every Kanye album cover : Kanye

I Sell Onions on the Internet - Deep South Ventures

Dustin Curtis

Getting Reoriented

A Thrive/Survive Theory Of The Political Spectrum | Slate Star Codex

Carlo Collodi's Pinocchio

reddit: the front page of the internet

SaaS vs Open Core Software: An Introduction

The Gentleperson's Guide To Forum Spies

A Recipe for Training Neural Networks

Ben Meszaros 🤟 on Twitter: "I had a conversation with a potential client about a branding project yesterday. The chat was going... fine? I've done thousands of these calls and I wasn't hearing the client "flip" or be bought in as we talked about the bu