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Mattermark Daily – Sunday, October 19th

From the Investors

Tomasz Tunguz of Redpoint Ventures points out why he thinks voice is the future in “The Fastest User Interface

Li Jiang of GSV Capital explains the two monopolies ‘Built to Last’ companies must have in “10X Durability

Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures and Manoush Zomorodi of WNYC talks with Author Steven Johnson about science and the future of innovation in “How We Got To Now Talk” (video)

Phil Anderson of IDG Ventures USA states that gaming industry acquisitions thus far in 2014 will double all of 2014 in “Game On: Why I’m Still Investing in Gaming

David Cummings of Atlanta Ventures poses questions that should have good answers or ‘your business will fail’ in “7 Questions Every Entrepreneur Needs to Answer

Piotr Wilam of Innovation Nest motivates Eastern and Central European software developers to join startups in “Technical Co-founder

Ishaan Malhi of Playfair Capital opens up about his experiences learning to be an EIR in “An Entrepreneur In Residence at a Venture Capital Fund

From the Operators

Justin Kan of Y Combinator, Walker Williams of Teespring and Stanley Tang of DoorDash share what they learned from ‘manually’ building their startups in “Lecture 8: Doing Things That Don’t Scale” (video)

Matthew Gallizzi of HX Works sheds lights on the importance of founders embracing vulnerability in “How To Respect Your Startup’s Context (And Grow Quicker)

Kyle Samani of Pristine goes to extreme lengths to raise his first $1 million without a product in “The Entrepreneur Hustle

Alex Danco of Backtrack says to find ideas in ‘situations we encounter in life that are completely and totally backwards” in “Theatres of The Absurd: How To Get Startup Ideas

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