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Saturday Spotlights: Van Gogh - The Immersive Experience, Trends.vc, Open Syllabus

Vikrant Duggal
Vikrant Duggal
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Van Gogh - The Immersive Experience

Yesterday we spent a couple hours at Van Gogh - The Immersive Experience in Atlanta. All I can say is if it's coming to your city check it out.

A few interesting facts about Vincent Van Gogh. He painted 900 paintings in 10 years. He died at the age of 37. He sold one piece of art during his lifetime. His brother, Theo, wanted Vincent's legacy to live on, but died six months later. All of Vincent's work was left to his sister-in-law, Johanna. She worked her face off to get Van Gogh's work known. She is credit with building the Van Gogh market. Her biography will be translated to English next year.

Link: Van Gogh - The Immersive Experience

Trends.vc

I was featured in the recent Trends report on Online Courses, but my friend Dru Riley has written over 50+ reports on various trends in the market. Worth checking out.

Link: Trends.vc

Open Syllabus

I've been diving deep into crypto since December 2020. One of the most fascinating parts of the space to me is the underlying economic models that this will create. As such recently I wanted to better understand the economic concept of reflexivity and then I wanted to spend a bit more time dusting off my economics know-how.

I came across Open Syllabus on Product Hunt. I just go to Field, enter "economics" and I'm shown the top titles. I can also google search the top schools for economics, or crypto, type the name of the Schools (e.g. "MIT") and then go to Economics and find all the books that surface in their syllabus.

Link: Open Syllabus

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