Making It Up 185:

Good critiques and overcoming Web3 bias

Eugene and Charis discuss what makes a critique good as well as how to give and receive feedback well. Plus, they talk about overcoming Web3 bias in the context of understanding paradigm shifts.

 

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  • 00:03:37 Critiques
  • 00:25:16 Paradigm Shifts

 

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