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    • Recognizing the value of everyday work and embracing rare breakthrough moments.Career success is not solely defined by constant progress, but by appreciating daily work and embracing unpredictable breakthroughs. Enjoy the journey and find fulfillment in the present.

      Career success often consists of a few significant breakthrough moments rather than constant upward progress. It's important to appreciate and enjoy every day because these breakthroughs are unpredictable and rare. Jason Calacanis and David Sacks discuss how most people only experience one or two major successes in their entire careers. Therefore, it's crucial to find fulfillment in everyday work and not solely rely on those big outcomes. Additionally, they discuss the release of new virtual reality goggles and how they can enhance experiences like watching basketball games. These goggles provide augmented reality stats while still allowing users to see their real-world surroundings.

    • The future of VR holds both challenges and opportunities.Despite initial enthusiasm fading, advancements in technology will make VR more affordable and versatile, with the potential to seamlessly integrate into everyday life.

      Virtual reality (VR) technology, while initially captivating, often loses its appeal over time. The high cost and limited functionality of VR headsets contribute to this trend. Users may try VR and be amazed by the experience, but eventually, the novelty wears off and the headset ends up collecting dust. However, there is hope for the future of VR. As technology advances, VR devices will become more affordable, comfortable, and versatile. Facebook's development of smart glasses with built-in AI showcases the potential for VR to seamlessly integrate into our everyday lives. Despite recent controversies surrounding online child safety, there is a bipartisan push for increased regulation and accountability within the tech industry. Overall, the future of VR holds both challenges and opportunities.

    • The complexity of online harms and the role of social media companiesOnline harms are a complex issue that cannot be completely eliminated. It is important to consider the broader cultural context and promote responsible technology use to strike a balance between individual protection and freedom of expression.

      The debate surrounding online harms and the role of social media companies is complex and multifaceted. While there may be valid concerns about the potential for censorship if Section 230 is repealed, it is important to recognize that harms do occur online and efforts are being made to address them. However, it is impossible to completely eliminate all forms of harm in a space as vast as the internet. It is also worth considering that mainstream entertainment, such as music, advertising, and movies, can also contribute to harmful behavior and unrealistic expectations. Rather than solely blaming online companies, it is essential to examine the broader cultural context and promote responsible use of technology. Additionally, understanding the developmental differences among different age groups is crucial when addressing online safety concerns. Ultimately, society must decide how to navigate these complexities and strike a balance that protects individuals while preserving freedom of expression.

    • The Debate Surrounding Section 230 and Online Platform LiabilitySection 230 provides liability protection for online platforms, but the debate centers around whether they should be held more accountable for promoting certain content. Completely removing section 230 could result in increased censorship. Parents need to monitor their children's online activities.

      There is a debate surrounding section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which provides liability protection for social media companies and other online platforms. Some believe that these platforms should be held more liable, especially when they engage in editorializing through algorithms and promote certain content. However, others argue that section 230 enables user-generated content platforms to operate as distributors rather than publishers, similar to a newsstand. They also highlight the importance of platforms taking good Samaritan actions to reduce harmful content. While there may be a push for a narrow amendment to section 230, completely getting rid of it could lead to more censorship. Additionally, the role of parents in monitoring their children's online activities was emphasized.

    • The Push to Remove Liability Protection for Social Media CompaniesThe removal of liability protection for social media companies could lead to an increase in personal injury and court lawsuits, driven by concerns about their power and negative impact on society. However, this change may also have unintended consequences.

      There is a growing movement to remove the liability protection that social media companies have. This change, known as section two thirty, would have bipartisan support and could have significant consequences for these companies. The possibility of removing liability protection has trial lawyers excited, as they see an opportunity for personal injury and court lawsuits in every jurisdiction across the United States. This issue is fueled by the perception that these companies have become too powerful and have had a negative impact on society, particularly on children. The comparison to past cases involving tobacco and pharmaceutical industries suggests that similar plaintiff's lawsuits could arise in the social media realm. While this change may be likely, it could also have unintended consequences and be regretted in the future.

    • The Consequences of Removing Section 230: Lawsuits, Stricter Content Moderation, and Unintended Consequences.Removing Section 230 could lead to a surge of lawsuits against social media companies, resulting in stricter content moderation and potential political judgments, ultimately causing unintended consequences.

      If section 230 is removed, social media companies will face an onslaught of lawsuits. The potential for litigation is particularly concerning because these companies will be targeted for alleged harms, such as bullying, which may have been influenced by content on their platforms. With the possibility of lawsuits in every jurisdiction in America, the judgments could be disproportionate to the actual harm caused. Additionally, the anger from Republicans over perceived political censorship has led them to turn against these companies, but removing section 230 may only result in stricter content moderation and the potential for more political judgments. Ultimately, these lawsuits, potentially funded by hedge funds, may open a floodgate of litigation and lead to unintended consequences.

    • The Complexities of Determining the Right Age for Children to Use Social Media and the Potential Economic ImplicationsThe debate on allowing children to use social media revolves around both societal and parental responsibilities, as well as potential economic interests. Republicans should carefully consider the Democrats' objectives before agreeing to legislation regarding social media censorship.

      The debate surrounding social media and children is an important one. Society needs to determine an appropriate age for kids to start using social media, with the suggestion being fifteen or sixteen. This decision should involve parental permission and responsibility. The trend of single-parent families adds complexity to this issue. Instead of focusing solely on societal and parental responsibilities, however, the rules are likely to be rewritten due to an economic argument. Trial lawyers and other interested parties will push for legal changes to gain profits, potentially amounting to trillions of dollars. It's important to note that the anger and outrage towards social media companies is bipartisan, but Republicans and Democrats have fundamentally different objectives when it comes to censorship. Republicans may make a mistake if they agree to legislation that aligns with the Democrats' objectives. The understanding is that even without Section 230, conversations about sensitive topics like gun enthusiasm would still face legal challenges.

    • Fairness and Informed Decision-Making in Corporate Governance: Lessons from Elon Musk's Pay PackageCompanies should prioritize transparency, inclusivity, and independent decision-making when designing executive compensation plans to avoid excessive compensation and ensure shareholder information and participation.

      The ruling on Elon Musk's pay package highlights the importance of fairness and informed decision-making in corporate governance. The judge voided the pay package based on three factors: excessive compensation, an unfair negotiation process, and an invalid shareholder vote. Critics argue that the package seemed excessive only in hindsight, as no one expected Tesla's massive growth at the time. Furthermore, the judge claimed that shareholders were not adequately informed about the package. This case serves as a reminder that companies must ensure transparency and inclusivity when designing executive compensation plans. It also emphasizes the need for directors to maintain an independent stance and avoid conflicts of interest.

    • Elon Musk's unconventional compensation package at Tesla sparks controversy and skepticism.Elon Musk's ambitious performance goals, controversy, and impact on investors highlight the unconventional nature of his compensation package and raise questions about corporate governance.

      Elon Musk's compensation package at Tesla was highly controversial and unconventional. Musk did not receive any guaranteed compensation, such as salary, cash bonus, or equity. Instead, he was eligible for equity that would vest over time if he achieved certain ambitious performance goals. Many people, including Wall Street analysts, thought these targets were unattainable. Additionally, Tesla had the largest short position of any company at the time, with many people betting that the company would fail. Despite skepticism, Musk successfully delivered on his promises and significantly impacted investors. However, there is controversy surrounding the recent decision to rescind and unwind his compensation package, which some argue is unfair and sets a poor standard for corporate governance.

    • The approval of Elon Musk's compensation deal and its potential impact on compensation practices and governance strategies.Elon Musk's approved compensation deal, which is based on performance, may influence companies to reconsider their compensation practices and encourage talented entrepreneurs to seek alternatives and stay private.

      The approval of Elon Musk's compensation deal will have consequences for how companies think about compensation and governance. The deal, which was approved by a majority of shareholders, was seen as a win-win for both Musk and the investors. It required Musk to deliver outsized returns for shareholders before receiving any compensation. This type of performance-based incentive is rare among CEOs, who often pay themselves huge amounts regardless of company success. By contrast, many CEO compensation plans are tied to earnings per share growth, which can be achieved by raising debt and driving share repurchases. This approach benefits CEOs and a few investors, but not the broader shareholders. As a result, the deal's approval may lead to even more conservative and unimaginative companies, as talented entrepreneurs seek alternatives and choose to stay private. This could have a chilling effect on compensation practices in the future.

    • The Delaware court's decision on Elon Musk's compensation plan and its implications for CEOs and fairness in incentive-laden plans.The Delaware court's ruling on Elon Musk's compensation plan has prompted discussions on the design of CEO compensation plans, the use of EPS targets, and the interpretation of Delaware law.

      The Delaware court's decision regarding Elon Musk's compensation plan will likely influence how other companies design their own compensation plans and how CEOs consider risk. This case highlights the issue of fairness and what CEOs want in their incentive-laden plans. CEOs will want plans that are gameable on the surface, appearing vanilla and benign, but actually have negative implications underneath. Specifically, CEOs may question the use of EPS targets, as pure profitability and performance, like Elon's approach, can be punished while CEOs who saddle companies with debt and undermine shareholders are rewarded. Additionally, the case raises questions about shareholder agency and the interpretation of Delaware law. Ultimately, the decision has sparked debates on compensation practices and the influence of politics.

    • The Need for CEO Compensation Reform and InnovationThe current CEO compensation system focused on personal gain and short-term gains through share buybacks undermines innovation and restricts the growth of vibrant companies, hindering the country's economic dominance. A reevaluation is necessary to reward long-term value creation and encourage innovation.

      The current system of CEO compensation, driven by share buybacks and financial engineering, is undermining innovation and the growth of vibrant companies in the United States. This trend is exacerbating the problem and holding back the potential of many companies. Instead of motivating CEOs to push boundaries and make meaningful contributions, the focus is on playing the game and maximizing personal gain. This approach does not create American exceptionalism but rather leads to marginal companies and diminishes the country's economic dominance. Moreover, it is important to allow mergers and acquisitions to occur when it makes sense, rather than solely relying on share buybacks. The CEO compensation system needs to be reevaluated to reward innovation and long-term value creation.

    • The flaws in capitalism and corporate leadershipCapitalism can be exploited by a small group of politically savvy individuals, leading to excessive compensation, lack of accountability, and a system that does not prioritize innovation and growth. Transparency, regulation, and reform are needed for capitalism to benefit all stakeholders.

      Capitalism can be perverted and exploited by a small group of actors. The discussion highlights the issue of excessive compensation and lack of accountability in corporate leadership. The example of Mary Barra's exorbitant pay without any significant value creation for shareholders raises questions about the fairness and effectiveness of the system. It exposes the flaws in the Fortune 500 and how these companies are often run by politically savvy individuals who play the game rather than truly contributing to innovation and growth. This highlights the need for greater transparency, regulation, and reform to ensure that capitalism serves the greater good and benefits all stakeholders.

    • Differentiating Risk Capitalism and Crony CapitalismThe current system often criticizes risk capitalism while overlooking the failures and corruption in crony capitalism, leading to a flawed perception. It emphasizes the need to consider attainable revenue when pricing IPOs.

      There are two types of capitalism: risk capitalism and crony capitalism. Risk capitalism drives innovation, progress, and job creation, where founders and investors take risks and work together for a win-win outcome. On the other hand, crony capitalism involves established companies with little value creation, managed by directors and managers who prioritize self-compensation rather than shareholder value. The mainstream media often criticizes risk capitalism, like Elon Musk, while overlooking the failures and corruption within crony capitalism, like GM and union involvement. This highlights the flawed system we have, where those who should be celebrated are attacked, and vice versa. Additionally, the discussion touches on upcoming IPOs, such as Reddit's potential valuation, showing the importance of considering attainable revenue from the audience when pricing IPOs.

    • Factors influencing the economic value of users on social media platforms and their impact on platform valuation and monetization potential.The economic value of users on platforms like Facebook and Reddit varies based on factors like location and age. Monetization potential and success are also influenced by risk management, exclusive data access, and regulatory scrutiny.

      The economic value of a user on platforms like Facebook and Reddit varies significantly based on factors such as location, age, and content engagement. Facebook users in certain demographics can be worth up to tens of dollars, while Reddit users, including international ones, are valued at only a few dollars. This underutilization of monetization potential is a significant factor in determining the valuation of these platforms. Another key consideration is the management of risk factors, particularly in terms of offensive content and potential lawsuits, which can impact the success and scalability of ad revenue businesses. Additionally, the exclusive access to data on platforms like Reddit and Twitter presents opportunities for incremental revenue through licensing arrangements. While there may be potential acquirers for platforms like Reddit, challenges related to regulatory scrutiny and brand image may limit such possibilities.

    • Balancing Control and Openness in Social Media PlatformsThe conversation emphasizes the difficulty of facilitating unrestricted dialogue while addressing misuse and extreme cases, as well as the importance of diplomacy over regional conflict in foreign policy.

      The conversation around social media platforms often centers around control and censorship. The example of Reddit being a honeypot for disaffected individuals highlights the complexity of allowing a platform for unfettered conversations while also dealing with potential misuse and extreme cases. The discussion also touches on the dangers of highly controlled conversations and the potential consequences if certain platforms were acquired by companies with different principles and tendencies for censorship. Additionally, the conversation shifts to foreign policy and the need for restraint and diplomacy when responding to international incidents, rather than being drawn into a larger regional war. Overall, these discussions shed light on the challenges and considerations involved in maintaining open platforms and pursuing peaceful resolutions.

    • Addressing the weaknesses in our defense systems and the need for advanced technology and strategies in the face of evolving warfare tactics.Investing in efficient defense systems and encouraging competition and innovation in the military industrial complex is crucial for ensuring national safety and security.

      The faulty engineering and lack of innovation in our military industrial complex have led to major weaknesses in our defense systems. The recent drone attack incident highlights the need for better technology and strategies to handle evolving warfare tactics. The asymmetrical nature of drone warfare, which allows militias and smaller groups to strike at us with relatively inexpensive drones, poses a significant challenge to our air defenses. The high cost of shooting down these drones compared to their cheap production further compounds the issue. It is crucial for us to invest in advanced and efficient defense systems that can effectively counter such threats. Additionally, this incident underscores the need for competition and innovation in the military industrial complex to ensure the safety of our country and its people.

    • Enhancing National Defense: Considering the Iron Dome System from IsraelTo bolster national defense, the US should explore purchasing the Iron Dome system from Israel and promote innovation in the defense industry by welcoming startups and prioritizing innovation over lobbying.

      The US should consider buying the Iron Dome system from Israel to protect its bases in Syria and other areas. The military has been favoring a homegrown system that hasn't proven effective, according to former undersecretary of defense, Stephen Bryan. However, even the Iron Dome can be overwhelmed by drones and cheap rockets, giving opponents a chance to level the playing field. This highlights the need for innovation and countermeasures in the defense industry. The current defense contractors, dominated by an oligopoly, are more focused on maintaining their jobs and charging higher prices without significant progress or improvement. To strengthen national defense, the military industrial complex should welcome more startups and prioritize innovation over lobbying.

    • Enhancing Relationship Management and Decision-Making for American Exceptionalism and Military SafetyUnderstanding vulnerabilities in conflict regions is vital, necessitating strategic planning and coordination to protect troops and bases, ensuring effective military operations and safeguarding American exceptionalism.

      There is a need for better relationship management and influence cultivation in order to advance American exceptionalism and navigate complex situations like potential wars. The conversation highlights the importance of understanding the vulnerabilities and risks our troops face in certain regions, such as Syria and Iraq. It is evident that there needs to be a strategic plan in place to protect our bases and troops from attacks, especially in the event of a conflict with Iran. However, there seems to be a disconnect between some political strategies and the actual security concerns on the ground. This highlights the need for better coordination and decision-making to ensure the safety and effectiveness of our military operations.

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    (8:48) Trump fundraiser recap

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    https://www.instagram.com/tim.naki

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    https://x.com/bennyjohnson/status/1800979079472288145

    https://x.com/bennyjohnson/status/1797086962626494840

    https://x.com/elonmusk/status/1801084780035154058

    https://x.com/jhall/status/1795794521604718814

    https://fortune.com/2024/06/10/elon-musk-pay-package-tesla-lawyers-delaware-chancery-payout-stock-award-56-billion

    https://companiesmarketcap.com

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    https://x.com/chiefaioffice/status/1801022115426009309

    https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?geo=US&q=%2Fg%2F11khcfz0y2&hl=en

    https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?q=%2Fg%2F11khcfz0y2&hl=en

    https://www.bls.gov/charts/consumer-price-index/consumer-price-index-by-category-line-chart.htm

    https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/FEDFUNDS

    https://www.jpmorgan.com/insights/outlook/economic-outlook/jobs-report-may-2024

    https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/CES0500000003

    https://www.warren.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/2024.06.10%20Letter%20to%20Fed.%20re%20interest%20rates.pdf

    https://www.cnbc.com/2024/06/07/jobs-report-may-2024-us-job-gains-totaled-272000-in-may.html

    https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/JTSJOL

    https://x.com/VinnyLingham/status/1801129023168454907

    https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/1aw5bbb/world_economy_on_nvidias_shoulders

    https://www.instagram.com/stocktradingmemes/p/C3qer-sSfb0/?img_index=1

    https://x.com/jameslavish/status/1801248976911634648

    https://x.com/peterfenton/status/1801300735520608529

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    DOJ targets Nvidia, Meme stock comeback, Trump fundraiser in SF, Apple/OpenAI, Texas stock market

    (0:00) Besties intros!

    (2:10) Responding to recent media coverage

    (17:58) DOJ/FTC strike deal to target Nvidia, OpenAI, and Microsoft

    (32:40) Meme stocks are back: Keith Gill aka Roaring Kitty resurfaces, disclosing nine figure position in GameStop

    (58:36) Citadel and BlackRock back TXSE to take on NYSE and Nasdaq

    (1:02:34) Apple to announce OpenAI iPhone deal at WWDC

    (1:09:07) Science Corner: Alarming ocean temps continue, what to expect for hurricane season

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQQhAg0mfF8

    https://x.com/vkhosla/status/1769529054955446533

    https://x.com/vkhosla/status/1796293773389127987

    https://x.com/shaunmmaguire/status/1796415146077954329

    https://x.com/DavidSacks/status/1798100723617698097

    https://x.com/SawyerMerritt/status/1798779830521000426

    https://www.nytimes.com/2024/06/05/technology/nvidia-microsoft-openai-antitrust-doj-ftc.html

    https://www.wsj.com/tech/ai/ftc-opens-antitrust-probe-of-microsoft-ai-deal-29b5169a

    https://companiesmarketcap.com

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9cO3-MLHOM

    https://www.politico.com/news/2024/05/29/newsom-california-artifical-intelligence-regulations-00160519

    https://www.reddit.com/user/DeepFuckingValue

    https://www.wsj.com/finance/regulation/e-trade-considers-kicking-meme-stock-leader-keith-gill-off-platform-f2003ec4

    https://x.com/TheRoaringKitty/status/1789807772542067105

    https://www.google.com/finance/quote/GME:NYSE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-VO6dtFRes

    https://www.wsj.com/finance/regulation/keith-gills-gamestop-trades-pose-conundrum-for-market-cops-70cc5301

    https://www.macrotrends.net/stocks/charts/GME/gamestop/revenue

    https://www.wsj.com/finance/stocks/gamestop-burned-andrew-left-in-2021-hes-betting-against-the-stock-again-4377cecb

    https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/18/business/melvin-capital-gamestop-short.html

    https://www.instagram.com/tim.naki/reels

    https://www.wsj.com/finance/regulation/new-texas-stock-exchange-takes-aim-at-new-yorks-dominance-e3b4d9ba

    https://listingcenter.nasdaq.com/assets/Board%20Diversity%20Disclosure%20Five%20Things.pdf

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2024-06-05/why-is-apple-aapl-teaming-up-with-openai-both-companies-need-each-other

    https://x.com/leonsimons8/status/1793319395080520036

    Trump verdict, COVID Cover-up, Crypto Corner, Salesforce drops 20%, AI correction?

    Trump verdict, COVID Cover-up, Crypto Corner, Salesforce drops 20%, AI correction?

    (0:00) Bestie Intros: Jason's first show for his new production company

    (2:15) Why Sacks and Chamath are hosting a Trump fundraiser

    (18:40) House COVID investigation: findings, cover-up, what's next?

    (41:36) The Deep State Problem: unelected bureaucrats running three letter agencies for decades

    (53:04) Crypto Corner with Chamath

    (1:04:15) State of SaaS: Salesforce drops 20%, market teetering

    (1:20:10) Trump verdict: guilty on 34 counts of falsifying business records

    (1:37:36) Are we seeing an AI correction?

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    Referenced in the show:

    https://oversight.house.gov/release/new-select-subcommittee-report-recommends-ecohealth-alliance-president-debarred-and-criminally-investigated-exposes-failures-in-nih-grant-procedures

    https://oversight.house.gov/release/hearing-wrap-up-nih-repeatedly-refutes-ecohealth-alliance-president-dr-peter-daszaks-testimony-tabak-testimony-reveals-federal-grant-procedures-in-need-of-serious-reform

    https://www.axios.com/2021/07/20/fauci-rand-paul-wuhan-institute

    https://oversight.house.gov/release/breaking-hhs-suspends-funding-and-proposes-formal-debarment-of-ecohealth-alliance-cites-evidence-from-covid-select-report

    https://oversight.house.gov/release/breaking-hhs-to-debar-dr-peter-daszak-president-of-ecohealth-alliance

    https://x.com/emilyakopp/status/1795482121739354552

    https://x.com/R_H_Ebright/status/1795454118594568312

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGxSlW0NrB4

    https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/dual-use-research/feds-lift-gain-function-research-pause-offer-guidance

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/a-flu-virus-risk-worth-taking/2011/12/30/gIQAM9sNRP_story.html

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3484390

    https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)30418-9/fulltext

    https://oversight.house.gov/release/new-covid-select-memo-details-allegations-of-wrongdoing-and-illegal-activity-by-dr-faucis-senior-scientific-advisor

    https://fiscaldata.treasury.gov/americas-finance-guide/national-deficit

    https://x.com/KatherineEban

    https://x.com/emilyakopp

    https://www.semafor.com/article/05/28/2024/a-dying-empire-led-by-bad-people-poll-finds-young-voters-despairing-over-us-politics

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvQTXAgtA6s

    https://s23.q4cdn.com/574569502/files/doc_financials/2025/q1/CRM-Q1-FY25-Earnings-Press-Release-w-financials.pdf

    https://www.investors.com/news/economy/federal-reserve-core-pce-inflation-gdp-q1-jobless-claims-sp-500

    https://www.nytimes.com/live/2024/05/30/nyregion/trump-trial-verdict

    https://www.google.com/finance/quote/DELL:NYSE

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2024-05-30/us-gdp-grew-at-softer-pace-as-spending-inflation-marked-down

    Scarlett Johansson vs OpenAI, Nvidia's trillion-dollar problem, the "vibecession," plastic in our balls

    Scarlett Johansson vs OpenAI, Nvidia's trillion-dollar problem, the "vibecession," plastic in our balls

    (0:00) Bestie intros: Recapping "General AI Hospital"

    (2:46) Scarlett Johansson vs. OpenAI

    (14:37) OpenAI's novel off-boarding agreements, ex-employee equity problem, and safety team resignations

    (25:35) Nvidia crushes earnings again, but it faces a trillion-dollar problem

    (40:05) Understanding why economic sentiment is so negative among US citizens despite positive data

    (1:02:36) New study shows plastics in testicles

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    https://x.com/BobbyAllyn/status/1792679435701014908

    https://x.com/sama/status/1790075827666796666

    https://openai.com/index/how-the-voices-for-chatgpt-were-chosen

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2024/05/22/openai-scarlett-johansson-chatgpt-ai-voice

    https://x.com/SydSteyerhart/status/1792981291266138531

    https://www.vox.com/future-perfect/351132/openai-vested-equity-nda-sam-altman-documents-employees

    https://x.com/sama/status/1791936857594581428

    https://x.com/ilyasut/status/1790517455628198322

    https://x.com/janleike/status/1790603862132596961

    https://x.com/janleike/status/1791498184671605209

    https://openai.com/index/openai-announces-leadership-transition

    https://nvidianews.nvidia.com/news/nvidia-announces-financial-results-for-first-quarter-fiscal-2025

    https://www.google.com/finance/quote/INTC:NASDAQ

    https://www.morningstar.com/stocks/nvidia-2023-vs-cisco-1999-will-history-repeat

    https://www.fool.com/investing/2024/03/06/is-nvidia-doomed-to-be-the-next-cisco-what-investo

    https://www.elitetrader.com/et/threads/nvidia-and-the-cautionary-tale-of-cisco-systems.379022

    https://chamath.substack.com/p/2023-annual-letter

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/theapothecary/2024/03/23/summers-inflation-reached-18-in-2022-using-the-governments-previous-formula

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/article/2024/may/22/poll-economy-recession-biden

    https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/CCLACBW027SBOG

    https://x.com/KariLake/status/1792986501820850333

    https://www.stlouisfed.org/on-the-economy/2024/apr/how-big-mac-index-relates-overall-consumer-inflation

    https://www.google.com/finance/quote/MCD:NYSE

    https://www.wsj.com/economy/gdp-and-the-dow-are-up-but-what-about-american-well-being-87f90e6d

    https://www.consumerreports.org/health/food-contaminants/the-plastic-chemicals-hiding-in-your-food-a7358224781

    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2605.2007.00837.x

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12708228

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7559247

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21524797

    https://academic.oup.com/toxsci/advance-article/doi/10.1093/toxsci/kfae060/7673133

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6yuYkfNh-k

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYQjShJxCtM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_4jrMwvZ2A

    GPT-4o launches, Glue demo, Ohalo breakthrough, Druck's Argentina bet, did Google kill Perplexity?

    GPT-4o launches, Glue demo, Ohalo breakthrough, Druck's Argentina bet, did Google kill Perplexity?

    (0:00) Bestie Intros: Recapping Phil Hellmuth's birthday weekend

    (7:38) OpenAI launches GPT-4o: better, faster, cheaper

    (29:40) Sacks demos Glue: How AI unlocked his Slack killer

    (40:12) Friedberg walks through his major breakthrough at Ohalo

    (1:01:35) Stanley Druckenmiller bets on Argentina and Javier Milei: strategy, roadmap for the US

    (1:13:54) Jason's bet on Athena, how AI will change company building

    (1:22:21) Google launches AI summaries in search

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    https://www.pokernews.com/news/2024/05/phil-hellmuth-60th-birthday-bash-las-vegas-45984.htm

    https://x.com/OpenAI/status/1790130703721521305

    https://x.com/OpenAI/status/1790089513387143469

    https://crfm.stanford.edu/helm/mmlu/v1.3.0/#

    https://www.businessinsider.com/inflection-implosion-chatgpt-stall-ai-consumer-chatbot-problem-2024-3

    https://www.opencompute.org

    https://glue.ai

    https://ragie.ai

    https://ohalo.com

    https://www.cnbc.com/2024/05/07/cnbc-exclusive-cnbc-transcript-billionaire-investor-stanley-druckenmiller-speaks-with-cnbcs-squawk-box-today.html

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/theapothecary/2024/03/23/summers-inflation-reached-18-in-2022-using-the-governments-previous-formula

    https://twitter.com/DavidSacks/status/1378034932006592512

    https://www.athenawow.com/jcal

    https://calacanis.substack.com/p/startup-productivity-in-the-age-of

    https://blog.google/products/search/generative-ai-google-search-may-2024

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEzRZ35urlk

    https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/GOOG

    https://startuptalky.com/apple-failed-products

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