Is That What We Think It Is? – Somewhat Frank Episode 17

On this episode of the Somewhat Frank Podcast, Frank Gruber and John Guidos talk about the recent release of confirmed UFO footage by the Pentagon

The guys also celebrate Logan LaHive for building something new for the last year called Frank (catchy name). Sarah Cooper has been blowing up on TikTok and every other social channel for her comedic videos.

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Alex Iskold launched 1kproject.org to help families in need by giving them $1k per month for 3 months. Josh Constine for leaving TechCrunch to join a VC fund, and Max Wessel at SAP had a conversation with best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell.

Rohit Bhargava also launched a book on best practices for working from home – it’s currently free on Amazon, and Joey Arora of AFWERX shared how entrepreneurs can get contracts working on solutions for the Air Force

Frank talks about his experiences with llamas and alpacas and he is Hoping Llamas Will Become Coronavirus Heroes. He also talks about sleep being very important and the article he read “Tech Eroded Sleep Quality in the 1800s. Can it restore it 200 years later?

Frank and John have been watching The Last Dance, a docu-series re-living the excitement of Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and the Chicago Bulls dynasty of the 90’s. They also enjoyed Leslie Knope and her team coming back for a special episode of Parks and Recreation, if you missed it you can view it here.

Lastly, Frank mentioned that another Startup of the Year online pitch event, is coming up on May 28th at 1 p.m. ET – you can RSVP here.  This time the event will be focused on spotlighting Female Founders.

This episode was live-streamed on @frankgruber’s Instagram account for additional engagement and viewing pleasure.

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