Birdseye is a less distracting way to catch up on your favorite Twitter follows. Rather than constantly checking your Twitter feed or turning on tweet notifications to hear what your favorite people have to say, Birdseye enables you to subscribe to accounts and receive organized Twitter content on a daily or weekly basis.
The way it works is simple. Sign in with your Twitter account and select accounts you enjoy hearing from. You will then receive their content in a formatted email organized by tweets, replies and retweets either daily or weekly. You can either create one big newsletter for all the accounts you selected, or create one newsletter per person. Up to you. 😃
May 24, 2019
Money is energy, one step removed. We will always expend energy to obtain it, distribute it, and secure it, whether it’s via aircraft carriers, central bankers or data centers. The energy expenditure can be masked but not removed. Someone will spend 99 cents to take a dollar.
Spend your money on you - care about price and quality. Spend your money on others - care about price but not quality. Spend others’ money on you - care about quality but not price. Spend others’ money on others - don’t care about price or quality. - Milton Friedman
Good to see AngelList's jobs section break into its own, specially for startup hiring. Naukri & LinkedIn have poor signal / noise ratios - you badly need new-age hiring resources to emerge! --> "7 Reasons why AngelList is the best job portal for Indians"
@lpolovets More valuable early in a career. Best approach is to create so much value that the network finds you. Then the problem moves from sourcing to filtering.
Networking is overrated. Become first and foremost a person of value and the network will be available whenever you need it.
"The most important trick to be happy is to realize that happiness is a choice that you make and a skill set that you develop. You choose to be happy, and then you work at it. It's just like building muscles." - @naval