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PredictLeads sounds similar to mm. opportunity? anyway, i thought you should know

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PredictLeads is aiming to help data-driven investors identify companies that are picking up traction. The startup says its data can tell you when the startups that you passed on are starting to gain traction, informing you when they’ve launched new products or are starting to advertise new partnerships.
kirubakaran.com
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neuroscientist and sleep expert Matthew Walker gives us a new understanding of the vital importance of sleep and dreaming
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The Sleep Solution is an exciting journey of sleep self-discovery and understanding that will help you custom design specific interventions to fit your lifestyle
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The company moving up the lockup date release by more than a month may have spooked investors and caused the swing.

This is amazing! Realistic virtual universe simulator

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private contact discovery problem aka public key bootstrapping problem

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moxie's website. he lives in sf. maybe you should meet him for coffee?

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"simple" rss reader

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edavis.github.io

Integrate this first into histre, so I can just live inside it

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comments have a bunch of references to resources

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Simple: - most RSS readers suck so bad you can't even retrieve years old articles. So if you follow blogs that don't post often, you simply can NOT get any of their older posts. Imagine a blog that has one seriously good article once a month. Typically you can't get more than a year's worth of posts, so that's like 12 articles. Why? - the best RSS app I had on iPad let me archive feeds for a LONG time. I used it as a kind of a library. Returned to articles many times (philosophy and such). Most RSS readers out there have ZERO functionality in terms of archiving content indefinitely. (meaning : they typically have some leeway in max articles stored, or how old to archive feeds.. but you know you simply can not realy on the app to save your favorite articels, at some point they will be deleted). - inability to highlight text. Again, if I read something I want to be able to at least highlight some text. Most RSS readers don't do this. Instead RSS readers do the same thing every other RSS reader does. Basically, it's like the developers of RSS apps think that the only purpose of retrieving articles is for fueling some kind of "feed" addiction. Like the only purpose of content on the web is to satisfy an urge to quick scan and move to the nex article. It's like the devs of RSS apps are so drugged out themselves in this day and age of short attention span, that they can't envision other uses for a feed reader than satisfying this urge for the daily/hourly doses of "novelty". Click click click. Swipe swipe swipe.

Perhaps you can prototype your app ideas using this tool. It is also a good idea. I had a similar idea a while ago, but didn't take it very far.

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Create an app from a Google Sheet in 5 minutes, for free.

This post inspired me to work on setting up a referral program for Histre. I think sharing revenue with influential bloggers can be a great traction channel.

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wakatime.com

automatic time tracking editor plugin for programmers

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By alan

www.bigdatatechblog.com

big data tech blog

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