News Roundup #12: YouTube Revamps Premieres & A New Player in Local Newsletters

Read to the end for a 9-year-old YouTube star who launched a Roblox world

Welcome to Issue #12 of the Means of Creation weekly news roundup where we break down the latest news on the passion economy, including the happenings related to platforms, creators, startups, and trends.

This Week’s Interview: Eugene Wei 

This week we interviewed Eugene Wei, a former product executive and one of the best technology bloggers online today. Eugene has been publishing a blog and newsletter called Remains of the Day — distilling complicated consumer tech trends not just from a product design standpoint, but also from a user psychology perspective.

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