Archive: YouTube

This week Jack Dorsey resigned as CEO of Twitter. Jack founded Twitter and guided it pretty well over the years.  I’ve used Twitter for more than 10 years. Twitter has been a fantastic social network. In my opinion, it’s the best place to learn online. No matter what you’re passionate about, you can find smart, funny people who care about the same topics you do. Censorship has always been…

A Crypto Show Worth Watching

By Adam Sharp on June 18, 2021

I recently discovered a fantastic crypto show on Youtube/Twitch called UpOnly TV. The hosts, Ledger and CryptoCobain, make quite a pair. They regularly feature some of the smartest and most successful people in the crypto world.  Here are a…

Big Tech’s Growing Vulnerability

By Adam Sharp on October 30, 2020

Today we’re going to talk about big tech censorship — and how it makes established social media platforms vulnerable to disruption. I’m going to try my best to avoid the political side of things and focus solely on the investing implications. YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Apple and…

Profiting Off Misunderstanding

By Adam Sharp on July 17, 2020

Lately I’ve been analyzing  my investment history — both successes and failures. I noticed that all my winning investments have one thing in common. In almost all cases, I understood something that the market didn’t. That may sound a bit strange (or arrogant). So…

Mailbag: Early Investors Don’t Need to Worry About WeWork

By Early Investing on October 6, 2019

In this week’s Mailbag, the Early Investing team addresses celebrity investors and the WeWork debacle’s impact on the startup investing world.

Airdrop Alert: POP Network

By Andy Gordon on January 22, 2019

This week’s airdrop aims to put media back in the hands of consumers and content creators.