Things I read last week… (WB 16 May 2022)
A16Z’s framework for valuations in a down market.
How Japan has fallen behind in software.
“Documents with higher contextual expectancy, first lines that summarise the entire document, words that are more prevalent, and are published on days without a monetary policy decision are associated with a shorter time for the market to reach a new equilibrium.”
– Bank of England explores if writing style influences the time taken to digest monetary policy information.
Steve Blank’s basics of AI. [PDF]
Interview with Adrian Newey, technical director Red Bull F1.
Practical Engineering: How to track Covid in sewage. [YouTube]
History of Zilog. [YouTube]
Google IO 2022 in 12 mins. [YouTube]