What They Dont Teach You At Stanford Business School

Stuff you can't learn in B-school: LARRY CHIANG

Wag, the Dog Walking App and Brady

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Wag: “I had such a wonderful time walking Brady! He’s a total cutie pie! I walked in and he was at the door saying a very happy hello. As we walked up and down University he stopped lots of times to pee and sniff around. What a curious boy! He also met some new friends. I hope to walk your pup again in the future! It was very nice to meet you and your good boy.

Use my invite code: LARRY9852, and get $20 in Wag! credits. It’s the dog walking app with live GPS tracking! https://app.adjust.com/42fee4


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September 1, 2017 at 6:08 am

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Top 10 Significant Importance of, #cs183dAppDL

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ZN0VKUOa_normal.jpg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
8/26/17, 6:53 AM
Top 10 Significant Importance of, #cs183dAppDL.

-1- dApp. Very significant.

A Distributed App is an app that’s decentralized. An example of a centralized application is Experian, Trans Union and Equifax. A dApp example would be @4thCreditBureau.

-2- Significant in that a dApp is a sequel to, #cs183b and fork from #cs183AppDL.

-3- cs183b, Lec 3 is the most significant LECTURE no one studied prior to the lecture.

PG thought it was such a difficult topic (do things that don’t scale), that he didn’t bring it up in his own LECTURE until question #10.

-4- #cs183AppDL. Like a collision Bros install, #cs183AppDL allows you to get app functionality PRIOR to your downloading an app

#5} #cs183AppDL is significant in that #cs183d (distribution) is tantamount.

-6- Distribution. Selling a couple people on the functionality of the app.

(7) Distribution using the technique of crossing the innovation chasm From The Right

-8- Distribution inside the bell curve of Blockchain founders

-9- Distribution that’s done in a mobile and impromptu manner and method.

-10- Puppies

Your dApp can be ignored. Your puppy!?! Not so much.

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August 26, 2017 at 3:08 pm

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Top 11 Most Useful Things About Credit Scores When You’re 17 1/2 Years Old”

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Intro title video.

Red Box: “Top 11 Most Useful Things About Credit Scores When You’re 17 1/2 Years Old”

Content set up VIDEO.

this picture in the left Box

My INTRO video in the right box
RedBox with text, “Mr Robot TV show” “Top 11 Most Useful Things About Credit Scores When You’re 17 1/2 Years Old”


Example END (note: make the red box less tall when there is only one line of text)

VIDEO ONE has a tweet that goes where the tweet goes:

Udk8EN2i_normal.jpg 4th Credit Bureau (@4thCreditBureau)
10/11/16, 8:41 AM
1b/ Getting a $200-$250 dept store line of credit = goal. #101secrets goes thru #cs183vs pic.twitter.com/cvCFjsNOo0

Video one goes here.
Inside the red box: Getting a $200-$250 dept store line of credit = goal

Video 2: overlay this picture

The picture goes where the tweet and the video are. In video 2, it’s just my voice.

Insert video 2’s sound track.

red box: tiny, tiny tiny steps w your $250 dept store line of credit = goal

Video 3. Put the BELOW tweet in the left box and my face speaking as the right box
red box: Goal: #FICO800

ZN0VKUOa_normal.jpg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
11/20/16, 8:40 AM
About 12 @4thCreditBureau tweets spider out to a pretty large to-do list, Sarai #Fico748pt8 #FICO800 pic.twitter.com/92B5GNv8b4

Video 4 overlay this picture

RedBox: This pie chart makes it very hard on young people.

Video 5 overlay this picture

RedBox – The Start is by far HARDEST.

Tweet and video

Udk8EN2i_normal.jpg 4th Credit Bureau (@4thCreditBureau)
11/20/16, 9:42 AM
Stack, over flow.
@4thCreditBureau pic.twitter.com/Q3vRcr2Iq1

RedBox Stack, overflow the filters.

overlay this picture

Close with the closing sequence from all my previous videos.

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August 25, 2017 at 11:50 pm

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What They DO Teach You at Stanford Engineering About Innovation Chasms

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By Larry Chiang

To give you some context, I took something complicated and innovative to successfully cross the chasm. I used pizza. People care zero about a dApp. People love hot cheese pizza. People care zero about a dApp that helps them avoid hard inquires. People love pizza, puppies and ice cream

Stanford startups die in the chasm.

ZN0VKUOa_normal.jpg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
8/10/17, 9:25 AM
You +the pension fund you manage may not understand ICOs. But, this s’mores kit from @RitzCarltonHMB should alleviate and assuage #cs183ico twitter.com/wsjcs/status/8…

Solid line = s’mores kit.
— = initial coin offering

Let us look at the limo service Uber. In 2010, black town cars were available if you knew where the App Store was (limo passengers could barely dial an iPhone )

Enter, ice cream

So let us look at the innovation chasm again…

Solid line = ice cream.
“—” = uber.

ZN0VKUOa_normal.jpg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
8/10/17, 5:08 PM
@jowyang Solid line = ice cream.
“—” = uber.
#CTCFTR leverages the truth that people like ice cream more than the Uber bit.ly/buster14512w pic.twitter.com/Rt4jecGCwt

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August 11, 2017 at 12:54 am

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College lends you $197,456.64 Like On Mr Robot

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By Larry Chiang

Life is a Game of Loans…

ZN0VKUOa_normal.jpg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
8/7/17, 3:34 PM
5/ when a college lends you $197,456.64. They just made up a ‘receivable’ that they can spend against [Graphic credit @MotherJones]
#fiat pic.twitter.com/vIkLlJA1kW
ZN0VKUOa_normal.jpg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
12/3/16, 10:20 AM
Fake tv show.
Real issue, @dannysullivan @whoismrrobot #MrRobot bcc #LCECSPA cc #HR627 pic.twitter.com/U2g53uJT1Q

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August 8, 2017 at 2:23 pm

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VC style – or is it Angel?

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Geek Fashion Week / Larry Chiang / TechCrunch Disrupt inaugural

Geek Fashion Week

Hugo Boss. Clearly, Jeff is more than just a heckler.
Bien joué!

Larry Chiang always looks good in his uniform of white shirt and khakis – bet you
didn’t know they are custom made silk..? soft as butter.

Gold rolex salvaged from Bailly Banks and Biddle’s “going out of business” sale in 1999.
Big secret to Larry’s style? sweat-proof socks and t-shirts.

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August 7, 2017 at 11:31 pm

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Los Angeles gets it / ICO / Peter Pham / Tomio Geron WSJ article / $30,000,000 ICO for an LA incubator

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This is #LarryChiang

These are my ICO notes and screenshots… I’m alpha male in this town because I take great notes

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August 4, 2017 at 5:04 pm

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