🌤 Hey Everyone!
Arav here, with The Indiecast #3. I had a blast this week talking with Whit, and also John. I”m super excited to launch both of their episodes in fact, I’ve given you a serect link to watch John’s episode only for now before everyone else at the end of the post.
I want to ask you a question! How many domains do you own? I own 13, and I know someone who owns 236 domains, domains yes you heard me right. That’s amazing right? It’s like owning a property on the web that’s just for you.
I saw this somewhere, and I don’t remember where I saw it, though It was a joke about how we’re technically renting a domain, even though we own since we pay a yearly fee. 😅 Crazy right?
Anyways, This Post is sponsored by Highscore.domains! It's a leaderboard for Domains, for the Indie/Dev community. I love it, and you should check it out
The no-code economy is growing. More and more people these days are building products without code. Imagine a few years ago, or 10 years ago, where you know no code wasn’t that common.
In fact, I’ve only learned about the true power of no-code this year. No-code is powering a new generation of Indie creators, and the Creator Economy.
You might know that already, and that’s why I loved the chance to talk with Whit, this week. Whit hasn’t built full on no-code products, they’re more like funny bad business ideas, built on no-code software.
He’s currently building BadUnicornVC, and if you love unicorns, Spoiler alert, it’s not about unicorns. It’s something that we’ve seen on MSCHF, imagine a tech or trends version of it. Trends being what people are talking about right now or just ideas Whit and his partner on the project have.
My favourite product has to be Elon Stocks. I haven’t tried it out, though I honestly Love it! It’s to alert you when Elon tweets about stocks, so you know when stocks, I think you get the point.
I asked Whit, where did this passion arrive from, and here’s what he said, they’re not his exact words, and are edited to go with the newsletter flow.
”I built this product, called RandomPizza, and I loved the Idea”. Random Pizza was something Whit made, that you had to pay for with a monthly subscription, and They sent you a random Pizza to your house, and you didn;t even know when it was going to arrive.
Whit is an inspiration, and I also chatted with him! That’s for next week though.
This week’s content as promised is here. It’s an interview with John, He’s building yen.io! We had a wonderful chat, and I hope you enjoy it.
That’s all for today, I just wanted to let you know, that on May 8th 2020, We’re hosting a indie Icebreaker event, to chat Indie, network, and chat! I would for you to join me! Reply to this email, if you wanna join click here!