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Be Wary of Solving a Small, Rare Problem – Des Traynor of Intercom

Des Traynor is the cofounder of Intercom. He stopped by to talk about product strategy and what he’s learned as his role at Intercom has evolved.

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Making Physical Retail as Easy as Opening an Online Store – Ali Kriegsman and Alana Branston of Bulletin

Ali Kriegsman and Alana Branston are the founders of Bulletin. Bulletin is a platform that allows brands to share the cost of a physical store.

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There’s an Art to Getting Brilliant People to Surprise Themselves – Kevin Slavin of The Shed

Kevin Slavin is the Chief Science and Technology Officer of The Shed, which is an art center in New York that’s opening in 2019. Before The Shed, Kevin founded the Playful Systems group at MIT’s Media Lab.

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Preston Silverman on Building out a Marketplace in Education – at YC Edtech Night

Preston Silverman is the founder of RaiseMe (Imagine K12, S12), a platform that allows colleges to award micro-scholarships to students throughout high school for doing the things that prepare them for college success.

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Growth Office Hours with Anu Hariharan and Gustaf Alstromer

Anu Hariharan and Gustaf Alstromer are partners at YC. This episode is a follow-up to Anu’s Growth Guide.

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Microbes, Robots, and Ambition – Robin Sloan on His Novel Sourdough

Robin Sloan is a writer and media inventor based in Oakland. He just released his second novel, Sourdough.

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Keith Schacht and Doug Peltz on What Traction Feels Like – at YC Edtech Night

Keith Schacht and Doug Peltz are the founders of Mystery Science (YC S17), a company that produces K-5 science curriculum designed to instill a love of learning about the natural world. At Edtech Night, Geoff Ralston interviewed Keith and Doug about their journey from idea, to product-market fit, to being used in 10% of US elementary schools.

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