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Would you risk it all on a trading bot? 🤖 David Smooke, Amy Tom, and Guy (the Cher of HN - jk his last name is Torbet) talk about special purpose acquisition companies, culture & novelization, equity crowdfunding, and trading algorithms.
This Week On Planet Internet, David, Amy, and Guy are getting into the hard-hitting questions:
What was up with the SPAC deal with NextDoor? 🚪 (01:06)
Uhmmmm quick side note, did Zuck ruin foiling? 😅 (07:44)
Do we stan novelization as hard as Quinten Tarantino does? 😤 (10:42)
Should software users be able to own part of the companies they support? 🤝 (15:50)
Are you confident enough to bet all your capital on a self-built algorithm trading bot? 🥵(22:20)
What kind of tech are we into at the moment? Amy's tech purchase is coming in the mail, Guy is learning something new, and David has a new tech tool (lol) 💰 (27:30)
🗒️ SHOW NOTES:
NextDoor's merge with a SPAC (special purpose acquisition company): https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-07-06/nextdoor-to-go-public-in-spac-deal-valued-at-4-3-billion
Mark Zuckerburg & his foiling lol: https://beachgrit.com/2021/07/question-did-facebook-founder-and-ceo-mark-zuckerberg-single-handedly-destroy-both-foiling-and-america-in-one-fell-swoop/
Quentin Tarantino’s novelization of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: https://quillette.com/2021/06/28/in-praise-of-the-novelization-pop-fictions-least-reputable-genre/
"Let Users Own the Tech Companies They Help Build": https://www.wired.com/story/opinion-let-users-own-the-tech-companies-they-help-build/
Peregrine Buckler's HackerNoon Article on his trading algorithm: https://hackernoon.com/how-i-built-a-million-dollar-algo-trading-strategy-then-lost-it-all-jb4v35zj
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Would you risk it all on a trading bot? 🤖 David Smooke, Amy Tom, and Guy (the Cher of HN - jk his last name is Torbet) talk about special purpose acquisition companies, culture & novelization, equity crowdfunding, and trading algorithms.
This Week On Planet Internet, David, Amy, and Guy are getting into the hard-hitting questions:
What was up with the SPAC deal with NextDoor? 🚪 (01:06)
Uhmmmm quick side note, did Zuck ruin foiling? 😅 (07:44)
Do we stan novelization as hard as Quinten Tarantino does? 😤 (10:42)
Should software users be able to own part of the companies they support? 🤝 (15:50)
Are you confident enough to bet all your capital on a self-built algorithm trading bot? 🥵(22:20)
What kind of tech are we into at the moment? Amy's tech purchase is coming in the mail, Guy is learning something new, and David has a new tech tool (lol) 💰 (27:30)
🗒️ SHOW NOTES:
NextDoor's merge with a SPAC (special purpose acquisition company): https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-07-06/nextdoor-to-go-public-in-spac-deal-valued-at-4-3-billion
Mark Zuckerburg & his foiling lol: https://beachgrit.com/2021/07/question-did-facebook-founder-and-ceo-mark-zuckerberg-single-handedly-destroy-both-foiling-and-america-in-one-fell-swoop/
Quentin Tarantino’s novelization of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: https://quillette.com/2021/06/28/in-praise-of-the-novelization-pop-fictions-least-reputable-genre/
"Let Users Own the Tech Companies They Help Build": https://www.wired.com/story/opinion-let-users-own-the-tech-companies-they-help-build/
Peregrine Buckler's HackerNoon Article on his trading algorithm: https://hackernoon.com/how-i-built-a-million-dollar-algo-trading-strategy-then-lost-it-all-jb4v35zj
READ HACKERNOON.COM 🤳
START CONTRIBUTING: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🏄‍♀️

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