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Grandma’s Recipes

The importance of unwritten knowledge

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Having grandma’s kitchen and recipes doesn’t mean you can reproduce her cooking. Practical experience and unwritten knowledge are important components in how science advances and how companies operate.

Simple, Not Easy

Pierogies are a simple food. The dough has four ingredients: flour, butter, egg, and salt…




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Kevin LaBuz

Kevin LaBuz

Head of IR & Corporate Development at 1stDibs. Previously finance at Etsy, Indeed, and internet equity research at Deutsche Bank. Find me on Twitter @kjlabuz.

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