Amazing Coca-Cola ad campaign.

It’s high-res images of the drink that challenges you to “try not to hear this”.

The pics create the effect of synesthesia, when 2 senses cross in the brain (sight + sound).

Coke is one of the few brands that can pull this auditory illusion.
The only other brand that can do it.

(h/t @wesgay)
And I guess you can hear this one, too.

(h/t @AlexRapada)

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4 Apr
1/ For the past decade, 57-year old investor Bill Hwang (through his fund Archegos Capital) quietly built one of America's largest fortunes.

In late March, Archegos imploded and Hwang personally lost $8 billion over a 10-day span.

**$8B in 10 days**

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Born Sung Kook Hwang, he moved from S. Korea to America as a child.

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Unofficial list of the 16 greatest investments ever

(Minimum gain of $1B) 🧵

1/ The best of the best

◻️Naspers - Tencent (2001): $32m -> $250B (7800x)
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when @elonmusk found out Bezos had to pay a “Twitter army” to clap back at people on Twitter
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I can confirm that I am a “Twitter user”.

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