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Every will be taking a break from publishing this week to give our writers some time to refuel and refresh. But we'll be back in action starting on Monday of next week! We can't wait to see you then.

And now, on to the articles...

I Let An AI Do My Email

Dan Shipper / Chain of Thought

Dan takes forever to respond to emails. Luckily, Superhuman just introduced an AI feature that might help him. It offers a suite of tools that not only help draft replies but also summarize long email threads.

Will it turn Dan into an email machine? He explores for Chain of Thought.


What Happened to the Creator Economy?

Evan Armstrong / Napkin Math

The creator economy winter is here, and it's chilling. But where did things go wrong? Evan Armstrong delves into the harsh realities of the creator economy, revealing that it's not as glamorous as it seems. This article explores the fundamental misunderstandings investors had about this market, the harsh realities of being a creator, and why only a select few startups can truly cater to their unique needs.


Shopping for AI Shovels: The MosaicML Acquisition

Evan Armstrong / Napkin Math

Databricks' recent $1.3B acquisition of MosaicML is a strategic move that illustrates a fundamental dynamic in the AI landscape today. It's an all-stock deal that puts Databricks back at the center of the wave—which should help support its stock's valuation.

Is this a strategic acquisition of a transformative technology, or a financial game played to uphold its inflated valuation? The answer might be a blend of both as companies strive to reach their peak in the ever-shifting landscape of AI.


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The Dawn of Spatial Computing

Anna-Sofia Lesiv

Anna-Sofia Lesiv delves into the roots of spatial computing and the journey of mixed-reality technology, tracing its origins from the time of Douglas Engelbart's mouse to Apple's Vision Pro.

Are we on the brink of a new computing era? The essay promises an exciting exploration of how far technology has come and what's next in the realm of spatial computing.


For Sale: A Promise to Remove Invisible Gas

Jamie Wong

In a crucial venture in the global fight against climate change, technology companies and venture capitalists are investing in Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR). Jamie Wong delves deep into this complex field, exploring the diverse methods, such as turning agricultural waste into biochar, bio-oil, and syngas, to 'vacuum' the harmful carbon dioxide from our atmosphere.

The CDR market is laden with opportunities and challenges, and Jamie’s comprehensive guide offers a thorough insight into this emerging industry. Ready to dive into this remarkable journey of transforming invisible gas into a tangible asset?


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