Can anyone here recommend a few good books on marketing?

@CryptoSwinger Filtering these out using "[bot]" didn't work for me. I am noticing a github issue on this topic:

As a new user, bot content is probably my least favorite part of .

Ascending triangle on the 4hr chart with bullish OBV...

@bjoern I'm using google pixel buds, which I am very happy with and work well with my dell laptop.

@CryptoSwinger huh, I'm wondering the same thing... maybe a filter?

@h4890 Besides listening to these podcasts, I will very often follow the guest speakers they bring on to the shows on Twitter. Next best thing besides subscribing to one of their newsletters like

A few examples: @EPBResearch, @SuperMugatu, @JulietteJDI, @clkleinmonaco, @htsfhickey, @TaviCosta, @jam_croissant, @vol_christopher, @mtmalinen, @kevinmuir, and @profplum99.

I'm in a ton of meetings everyday and I'm always looking for tools to optimize time. Calendly ( has been a huge help in helping me schedule meetings without the back-and-forth emails.

Another meeting related app that has been equally help but that you may be less familiar with is called Fellow.

Fellow ( is a meeting workspace for teams who want to organize their team meetings, 1-on-1s, notes, action items, and feedback – all in one place.

Here are some great investment related podcasts:

The MarketHuddle (@TheMarketHuddle) -

MacroVoices (@MacroVoices) -

The Grant Williams Podcast (@ttmygh) -

RealVision (@realvision) -

Top Traders Unplugged (@TopTradersLive) -

I'm sure this has been said many times before, but ultimately the success of any alternative social network will be a result of the people on that network and the quality/value of the content they post to it. I believe it's less about the software and more about the people and the time they invest into posting quality content.

Yesterday, I thought I'd take crack at giving Mastodon - another try. Two quick tips for Twitter users:

1) Install Birdsite - so you can cross post to Twitter & Mastodon

2) Use Twidere - so you can see both your Twitter feed and Mastodon feed mixed in together

At least for me, this is a good transitionary step.

@billblake2018 yes, I think this is a key aspect to focus reform efforts on - police unions.

@thedesertlynx Thanks, it is important to consider life's brevity. I'm trying to live by these words from CS Lewis: "Die before you die, there is no chance after.”

Trying to set time limits for myself when it comes to social media... often feel like I've squandered valuable time scrolling through the feeds.

@patrissimo And those who can't control themselves try to control others instead.

"Once all Americans could recite basic information about race riots and redlining, then somehow, wealthy and influential people would open the financial floodgates and heal black America? In most other contexts, one is to dismiss cynically the possibility of this ever happening, since whites, as the thinking goes, are determined to hold on to their privilege. How would a national history lesson or conversation change that?"

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Liberdon is a Mastodon instance for libertarians, ancaps, anarchists, voluntaryists, agorists, etc to sound off without fear of reprisal from jack or zuck. It was created in the wake of the Great Twitter Cullings of 2018, when a number of prominent libertarian accounts were suspended or banned.