Means of Creation #2: Greg Isenberg

On the unbundling of Reddit into vertical communities

Hey! Remember my new talk show with Li Jin?

It was called Passion Economics, but we ended up running into a problem with that name, so we changed the name to Means of Creation and we’re excited to announce our second guest: Greg Isenberg!

If you don't know Greg, he's pretty great. He's the founder of a new studio/fund called Late Checkout that builds and invests in internet communities. Before that, Greg built a college-focused social app called Islands that was acquired by WeWork.

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