The hottest Subscription services Substack posts right now

And their main takeaways
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Insanely Free 28 implied HN points 27 Feb 24
  1. Apple's Vision Pro is not just a gadget, but a body prosthesis that aims to eventually replace all other devices, shaping how we interact with reality.
  2. The subscription mindset prevalent in modern life extends beyond entertainment to essential elements like health, education, and even sensory experiences, leading to a potential loss of ownership and freedom.
  3. Unsubscribing from the reliance on tech and consumerism can lead to reclaiming freedom, saving money, and rediscovering the value in simpler, more meaningful aspects of life.
Startupology 19 implied HN points 31 Aug 23
  1. Subscription companies often fail because they struggle to offer superior quality products compared to the competition.
  2. Rising competition in the subscription industry is leading to companies increasing prices, cracking down on password sharing, and introducing additional fees.
  3. To innovate and adapt, subscription companies could explore usage-based pricing models and collaborations to stay competitive in the saturated market.
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Ill-Defined Space 18 implied HN points 20 Apr 23
  1. Amazon Kuiper offers more than just broadband internet, leveraging its space infrastructure for other revenue streams.
  2. Amazon CEO Andy Jassy envisions Kuiper providing reliable internet access to underserved areas worldwide, enabling various activities like education and commerce.
  3. Amazon's investment in Kuiper is a small fraction of its annual revenues and profits, highlighting the company's broader vision beyond just internet broadband services.
Discharge Summary 0 implied HN points 05 May 23
  1. Unbundling primary care can improve user experience but may lead to fragmentation and cost increase.
  2. New healthcare companies are redesigning primary care to enhance user experience, similar to Apple's approach.
  3. Fixing healthcare systems may involve transitioning users from specialized services to comprehensive care through partnerships.