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  1. Apple’s Post-iPhone DOOM

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    Despite the usual doom and gloom reporting that we got leading up to Apple’s Q3 2019 financial results — or stock manipulation depending on your point of view — the company managed to largely beat expectations.

    But not escape the doom and gloom. Not entirely.

    I get that there are people and press that are glass half empty and some, like myself, who tend towards glass half full. But, increasingly, all we’re seeing is glass smashed and all the tasty beverage spilled out all over the table, and that’s just a waste of good beverage.

    iPhone revenue was down 12% year over year, but the active install base — those billion phones in our pockets, y’all — was up thanks to switches, upgraders, and new customers alike.

    Mac and iPad were both up. Services revenue, which includes Apple Music and Apple Care, was up 13%. Wearables, which includes Apple Watch, AirPods, and Beats, was up 50%.

    So, what’s the problem?

    Well, depending on how you tilt your head and squint, factoring in seasonality and a myriad of other factors, for the first time since 2012, the iPhone accounted for less than half of Apple’s revenue.

    And, where Apple was previously accused of being…

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  2. CxO Briefing: Marc van Zadelhoff, COO of LogMeIn

    LogMeIn is a company that offers cloud-based communication solutions that make it possible for people and companies to connect and engage with their workplace, colleagues, customers, and products anywhere, anytime.

    We interviewed Marc van Zadelhoff, COO of LogMeIn, to learn more about the company. He also shares the details of his background, LogMeIn’s history as innovators, a deep dive into the company’s various product lines, and more.

    Are you interested in working here? Click here to check out all the job openings at LogMeIn: https://venturefizz.com/logmein

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVAFCt9TetY
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  3. When Software Eats the Real (Estate) World

    Buying a home is in many ways the pinnacle of the American dream. And yet the way things work today, it’s a painful process. Real estate agents, brokers, banks, notaries, title insurers, and many other intermediaries all make for a convoluted, difficult, and expensive process for home buyers and sellers alike.

    In this presentation from a16z’s annual Summit event, a16z general partner Alex Rampell explains how as consumers get used to less friction and more transparency in the age of mobile, software is finally beginning to disrupt buying a home — from discovery to purchase to finance and more.  Including even disrupting the nature of home ownership itself.

    The views expressed here are those of the individual AH Capital Management, L.L.C. (“a16z”) personnel quoted and are not the views of a16z or its affiliates. Certain information contained in here has been obtained from third-party sources, including from portfolio companies of funds managed by a16z. While taken from sources believed to be reliable, a16z has not independently verified such information and makes no representations about the enduring accuracy of the information or its appropriateness for a given situation.

    This content is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be relied upon as lega…

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  4. Matt Lieber #OMR19 Keynote—The Podcast Game is Blowing Up

    Podcasts are one of the most dynamic media formats at present and are constantly gaining in relevance as a marketing channel. At the heart of this fledgling industry stands Matt Lieber. After founding podcast studio Gimlet in 2014, he just this year sold it to Spotify for a reported USD 200 million. On the OMR Conference Stage, Matt will provide his prognosis on the future of podcasts. —- Subscribe to our Youtube channel for marketing insights: http://bit.ly/OMRyoutube —- At OMR, we view ourselves as a platform for industry professionals by industry professionals. We bring together players from every corner of the digital marketing stratosphere: marketing makers with global visionaries, head hunters with prime candidates and information seekers with experts. Welcome to the home of Digital Marketing.


    OMR Festival: http://bit.ly/OMRfestival OMR Daily German: http://bit.ly/OMRdaily OMR Daily English: http://bit.ly/OMRdailyEn OMR weekly Podcast: http://bit.ly/OMRpodcast OMR Video Briefing: http://bit.ly/OMRbriefing OMR Facebook: http://bit.ly/OMRfacebook OMR Instagram: http://bit.ly/OMRinsta OMR Twitter: http://bit.ly/OMRtwitter OMR Xing: http://bit.ly/OMRxing Online Marketing Jobbörse: http://bit.ly/OMRjobs

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  5. Marques Brownlee on Building an Audience and Other Advice for Creators

    Marques Brownlee is a YouTuber. He has over 8 million subscribers to his channel MKBHD where he reviews electronics, drives electric vehicles, and interviews people such as Kobe Bryant and Bill Gates.

    https://twitter.com/MKBHD https://www.youtube.com/MKBHD

    The YC podcast is hosted by Craig Cannon.



    00:00 - What does Marques attribute his channel’s success to?

    2:15 - The early days

    4:45 - How does he go about evaluating a product?

    7:05 - Features that Marques thought were great that didn’t catch on

    8:15 - Peak smartphone?

    10:05 - Folding phones and new trends

    11:00 - Tesla and the EV market

    15:20 - Getting older and staying relevant

    16:40 - New kinds of videos and podcasting

    22:00 - Does Marques feel limited by gear?

    25:45 - Storytelling techniques

    27:50 - Tech vs Marques as the star of the show

    29:30 - Marco Castro asks - What advice do you have for new creators on YouTube?

    30:30 - When did Marques find his voice as a creator?

    33:30 - Overcoming perfectionism

    34:30 - Gut instinct vs data

    37:00 - YouTube comments

    39:05 - Austin Ryder asks - In the early years of his channel, Marques took a several month hiatus from YouTube, but then came back with a new video format and seemingly renewed drive. What happened during those months off …

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  6. Talking Tech & Saving the World with Bill Gates!

    Chatting with Bill Gates about electric cars, AI, philanthropy and saving the world. The 2019 Gates Annual Letter: https://bit.ly/2TSa3YV Interviews playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBsP89CPrMePNK7yIxcyRdiIFentQVHra

    MKBHD Merch: http://shop.MKBHD.com

    Video Gear I use: http://kit.com/MKBHD/video-gear#recom… Tech I’m using right now: https://www.amazon.com/shop/MKBHD

    Intro Track: Comment on fasait - Hocus Pocus Playlist of MKBHD Intro music: https://goo.gl/B3AWV5

    ~ http://twitter.com/MKBHD http://instagram.com/MKBHD http://facebook.com/MKBHD

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  7. HONDA e Prototype | Fully Charged

    By far the most captivating and talked about concept car of the last 5 years was Honda’s little pearlescent white Urban EV. That was 2017. This is now. Confusingly the perfectly descriptive ‘Urban EV’ name has gone and instead been replaced by ‘e Prototype’, only this isn’t really a prototype. This is a 95% finished EV Honda that goes on sale this year, and which Honda hopes will recapture the company’s mojo. Does it deserve to? Jonny finds out with a secret tour of the vehicle from its Japanese designers.

    Presented by Jonny Smith @carpervert Filmed and edited by Mark Taylor-Hankins @inksharkman Music by Martin Jones @martipants

    The episode Jonny mentions of the Honda concept vehicle at the Tokyo Motor Show can be seen here: https://youtu.be/Pi2wrqAlK5Q

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  8. Secret History of Silicon Valley

    [Recorded: November 20, 2008]

    Today, Silicon Valley is known around the world as a fount of technology innovation and development fueled by private venture capital and peopled by fabled entrepreneurs. But it wasn’t always so. Unbeknownst to even seasoned inhabitants, today’s Silicon Valley had its start in government secrecy and wartime urgency.

    In this lecture, renowned serial entrepreneur Steve Blank presents how the roots of Silicon Valley sprang not from the later development of the silicon semiconductor but instead from the earlier technology duel over the skies of Germany and secret efforts around (and over) the Soviet Union. World War II, the Cold War and one Stanford professor set the stage for the creation and explosive growth of entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley. The world was forever changed when the Defense Department, CIA and the National Security Agency acted like today’s venture capitalists funding this first wave of entrepreneurship. Steve Blank shows how these groundbreaking early advances lead up to the high-octane, venture capital fueled Silicon Valley we know today.

    Catalog Number: 102695046 Lot Number: X5082.2009

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTC_RxWN_xo
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  9. How to Win by Daniel Gross

    Daniel Gross, former YC Partner and founder shares his wisdom of how to survive and thrive as a startup founder.

    Learn more at https://startupschool.org.

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LH1bewTg-P4&list=WL&index=23
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  10. What’s Next for Marketplace Startups

    The past and future of marketplace startups — where are we? Ever since eBay popularized an internet meeting place for buyers and sellers of, well, just about everything, we’ve been waiting for 100 other at-scale marketplaces for everything else, including services.

    In this hallway conversation, Frank Chen and Li Jin from a16z’s Deal & Research team talk about why there aren’t 100 thriving marketplaces for services yet — and what’s changing to make this next wave of marketplace startups super exciting.

    You can also see a related post on the topic by Li Jin and Andrew Chen at: https://a16z.com/2018/11/27/services-marketplaces-service-economy-evolution-whats-next/

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zl14Ty5-0Ko&t=1s&index=55&list=WL
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