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Casey Neistat and Matt Hackett on Live Video’s Struggle for Interestingness

Matt Hackett and Casey Neistat are the cofounders of Beme, which was acquired by CNN last year. You might already know Casey from his YouTube channel which now has over 8M subscribers. And before Beme, Matt was a Hacker-in-Residence at betaworks and the VP of Engineering at Tumblr.

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Robotics and 3D Printing with Voodoo Manufacturing

Oliver Ortlieb and Max Friefeld are two of Voodoo Manufacturing’s four cofounders. Voodoo went through YC in the W17 batch. They try to bridge the gap between prototype and mass production with 3D printing. We’re also joined by Daniel Gross, a Partner at YC.

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Experiments in Art and Technology with Artforum Editor Michelle Kuo

Michelle Kuo is Editor in Chief of Artforum. She came in to chat with us about art and technology and, in particular, a group called Experiments in Art and Technology.

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Content Marketing Tips from Experts at First Round Capital and Andreessen Horowitz

Camille Ricketts is the Head of Content and Marketing at First Round Capital. Sonal Chokshi runs the editorial team (part of the marketing operation) at a16z.

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Mr. Robot’s Co-Producer and Writer – Kor Adana

Kor Adana is a writer and co-producer on Mr. Robot. He started hacking in his teens and later went to school for CS. All the while he was hoping to become a writer for TV. Eventually he left a career in engineering, worked on a few projects, and then met Sam Esmail, the creator of Mr. Robot. He’s been working on the show ever since. Mr. Robot season three premieres tonight on USA.

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The More You Communicate with Users, the Higher Chance You’ll Build Something They Want – Ryan Hoover of Product Hunt

Ryan Hoover is the founder of Product Hunt. You can get a 10% discount on Ship pro plans by using the link in this post. Ryan also just announced the Weekend Fund, a “$3M venture fund to invest in your next favorite thing.”

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Don’t Start a Blog, Start a Cult – Mr. Money Mustache

Pete Adeney, more commonly known as Mr. Money Mustache, retired at 30 after working as a software engineer for about ten years. He blogs at MrMoneyMustache.com about how he saved money, where he invested it, and how he achieved “financial freedom through badassity”.

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