#5 - where Sergey Mikheev and Tim Ivaikin are talking, dot-com, computing and habits of success


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DevFest Siberia - the most interesting stuff Google Banking: https://www.bbc.com/news/business-50412568 On money management: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azq0S0DKS50 Review and key points from Atomic Habits by James Clear. 10/10. “...now for me this is the # 1 book about instilling habits.” https://amzn.to/2Y6InSO James Clear re-packs a decent amount of understandable theses on dopamine, systems and the cycle of instilling new habits into an understandable and applicable system with a step-by-step set of actions. ...there is a decent amount of life cases in the book, there is no pompous moralizing: "there are supermen, they are great." A bunch of examples of how to deal with problems of eating behavior, addiction to social networks, etc. ...the book is tactile and aesthetically sooooo nice. Gold-embossed Atomic Habits cover words — pure buzz https://zamesin.me/book-atomic-habit/ Jeff Bezos In 1999 On Amazon's Plans Before The Dotcom Crash https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GltlJO56S1g Confidential Computing Samsung continues to promote PWA, which recently can be added to the Galaxy Store. Google eats Fitbit, Fitbit eats Pebble Google Purchases Fitbit for $2.1 Billion: https://m.slashdot.org/story/362876 Fitbit paid $23 million for smartwatch maker Pebble: https://www.theverge.com/2017/2/22/14703108/fitbit-bought-pebble-for-23-millionw No country for “enthusiast” brands The regular product cycle is: Innovators>early adopters>early majority>late majority>laggards Enthusiast brands shoot themselves on the foot by deciding to stay on the second stage, but that is not a sustainable business because they can't have high scale, high margins or low cost components and keep pleasing enthusiasts so you can't stay there and keep their ship afloat. But the next stage in the cycle has fundamentally different preferences [regarding consumer electronics] so they have to switch their approach and 'betray' their core audience to keep growing. Apple creates factories and jobs in the US Will invest $ 1 billion in 17,000 US jobs soon. Trump and Cook Apple Pro is assembled at a plant in the United States

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