The Interconnected World of Growth Hackers When startups are ready to scale, one challenge that often crops up is finding the right person to lead the growth charge. Stage right: the growth hacker. A good growth hacker has a burning desire to connect a target market with a must-have solution, and everything they do is measured by their potential impact on scalable growth. Below is a chart of modern-day growth hackers and the companies they’ve helped to build. We show how many of these growth hackers are interconnected, and how there are natural groupings of growth hackers around certain company genres (Microsoft and Linkedin, for instance). (above paragraph adapted from a post by Sean Ellis)
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Maillardet's Automaton at The Franklin Institute In November of 1928, a truck pulled up to The Franklin Institute science museum in Philadelphia and unloaded the pieces of an interesting, complex, but totally ruined brass machine. Donated by the estate of John Penn Brock, a wealthy Philadelphian, the machine was studied and the museum began to realize the treasure it had been given. This Automaton, known as the "Draughtsman-Writer" was built by Henri Maillardet, a Swiss mechanician of the 18th century who worked in London producing clocks and other mechanisms. It is believed that Maillardet built this extraordinary Automaton around 1800 and it has the largest "memory" of any such machine ever constructed—four drawings and three poems (two in French and one in English). Automata, such as Maillardet's Automaton, demonstrated mankind's efforts to imitate life by mechanical means—and are fascinating examples of the intersection of art and science. Mechanics of Memory
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