Stanford moonshot promises short-term profitability with no-code magic mushrooms, ft. Plaid of X

Hello and welcome to Equity, a podcast about startup activity, where we unpack the numbers and nuances behind the headlines. As you can tell by the title of this episode, this is a bonus episode all about Y Combinator Demo Day (and the terms we’ve heard the most over the two-day affair).

Natasha and alexander hopped on Twitter Spaces to talk about our favorites of the lot, the geographic shifts, and the diversity shake-up that included fewer women being funded batch after batch. Below are some of the messages we pulled:

  • The biggest moonshots of YC’s S22 batch
  • Our 11 Favorite Companies from YC’s S22 Demo Day: Part 1
  • Our 10 Favorite Startups from YC’s S22 Demo Day: Part 2
  • Explore YC diversity data following a category redesign
  • Where is the Y Combinator startup hunt in 2022?

Y Combinator week is busy, but we made it! Speak Monday!

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Stanford Moonshot Promises Short-Term Profitability With No-Code Magic Mushrooms, ft. Natasha Mascaren’s Plaid of X was originally posted on TechCrunch


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