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Most interesting possessions of the most interesting people

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Marshall Haas
@marshal · CEO & Co-Founder, Need/Want
Minimums is our new publication about the most interesting possessions of the world’s most interesting people. Posts feature a tastemaker or someone at the top of their industry, their most interesting possessions, and the stories behind each of those items. Every feature is shot inside their home or office. We have more great people / features on the way.… See more

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Marshall Haas
@marshal · CEO & Co-Founder, Need/Want
Minimums is our new publication about the most interesting possessions of the world’s most interesting people. Posts feature a tastemaker or someone at the top of their industry, their most interesting possessions, and the stories behind each of those items. Every feature is shot inside their home or office. We have more great people / features on the way.… See more
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Ryan Hoover
@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@marshal @jon @digit - you guys always surprise me with the diversity and execution of products you build, from Emoji Masks to the Peel iPhone case (which I use and love). How do you choose who to feature and if you could choose 3 people to participate, who would they be?
Andrew Gale
@andrewgale · Founder https://www.flyerco.com
Another well executed idea by N/W
Robert Stephens
@rstephens · Founder, Geek Squad. Co-founder, @assist
I like the storytelling aspect here. I also think the Amazon-affiliate model has worked well for @brainpicker and Canopy. My only suggestion to the founders: For the stories to truly inspire - show me also some of their possessions that mean something to them that are NOT for sale. Heirlooms, sacred objects, items of only intimate, sentimental value. Just se… See more
Thibaut Davoult
@thibautdavoult · Growth, getsolid.io
I absolutely love this idea, and the aesthetics of the site as well. That's even if I had never head of any of the people you've featured so far, but I can see the list becoming increasingly interesting over time. The "Professional Wildman" had me :D I feel it's important to note that I'm not too big on buying/owning things. I like that it's not another site… See more