Who's writing the Morning Brew equivalent of all these AI tooling updates?— M2 🚀 (@m2creates) March 24, 2023
With how fast momentum is building, it'd be nice to have a quick recap to stay-up-to-date, whether you're for or against AI tools.
Bonus points if it tracks legality news too 👀#RequestForProduct https://t.co/WypIqLRnOY
I want a browser with GPT-4 baked in:— joshua steinman (🇺🇸,🇺🇸) (@JoshuaSteinman) March 15, 2023
> turn anything i am reading into a well-read podcast, or quickly summarize it.
> respond to queries about what I’ve seen (“find me that pair of shoes I was looking at last month”)
>> what else??#RequestForStartup
#RequestForProduct a specification for developer-centric notifications on specific file changes? i.e. "the last git pull modified db/migrations so you should run `db migrate`". Would be great if devs could be specified in a local yaml file and devs notified in terminal/editor,— Michael Bianco (@mike_bianco) March 7, 2023
#RequestForProduct There used to be a site which did interesting deep dives on tools and processes of various professionals.— Michael Bianco (@mike_bianco) February 24, 2023
I would *love* one of these for "life setup". How do people manage: yearly taxes, car maint, managing household help, kids chores, etc.
#RequestForProduct would be neat if there was a ipython extension which allowed you to easily ingest a CSV, run a SQL query on it, transform it via python, and then another SQL query on the transformed data. Transparent interop between python data and SQLite.— Michael Bianco (@mike_bianco) August 11, 2022
#RequestForProduct protocol (with the completeness of EDI) that companies could use to anonymously report data and get paid for it. i.e. Tesla could report POs for raw commodities, salaries and titles, etc. Gov't could pay for data and get very fine-grain real-time economic data.— Michael Bianco (@mike_bianco) August 7, 2022