Roundup #4: 15th Anniversary Edition

Greetings FutureBlind readers!

This month marks the 15th anniversary of my first post on the FutureBlind blog. This is such a long time in the internet age that I feel like an old man now. I started the blog in college as a place for my thoughts on investing and business case studies. What I’ve written about over the years has morphed along with my interests, and I continue to enjoy putting my thoughts out there. I’ll keep going as long as I’m able to and hope readers continue to find it enjoyable! πŸ˜„

In this roundup edition:

  • Essay: Take the Iterative Path β€” How SpaceX innovates by moving fast and blowing things up.
  • πŸ–Ό The AI art renaissance β€” What kinds of crazy applications will the AI art models lead to?
  • ⚑️ Energy! β€” Energy superabundance and Mark Nelson on nuclear.
  • πŸš€ Space updates β€” Will we see SLS and Starship launch the same month?
  • πŸ§ͺ What negatives does technology cause? β€” How do we distinguish potential risks of new tech?
  • πŸ”¦ Company Spotlights β€” Rocket Lab and Perimeter Solutions.
  • πŸ”— Interesting Links β€” All about Polaroid, why American can’t build, and the little ways the world works.
  • πŸ“š Book notes β€” How Innovation Works, Where Good Ideas Come From
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