UMBRLA Inc: LTRMN x Korova x 10 Spot

By | Work

This spring at LTRMN we began the process of merging with Oakland based brand Korova and Orange County based retailer 10 Spot. Our new parent company is aptly named UMBRLA, which we couldn’t exclude all vowels from.

Korova, one of California’s top 10 recreational brands, was made famous by their 1000mg “Black Bar” in the medical days and more recently expanded it’s lines into flower, pre-rolls, and extracts.

10 Spot brings 2 retail licenses and a distribution license in Orange County to the table and is a Santa Ana staple.

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simple inventory management coda

I made a simple Inventory Management tool w/ Coda

By | Tools

I think use-specific tools are the most under appreciated thing in business. If you’ve ever used a Google Sheet to do something not even remotely spreadsheet-ish, you’re a hero in my book. I could write an essay about epic tools built in Sheets and the low-code and no-code revolution that’s happening right now, but we’ll save that for another day.

I recently discovered Coda which fits into the AirTable space as one of these “docs as an app” platforms. AirTable is pure spreadsheet, Coda is both, and more. Out of the gate it appears almost rudimentary because of it’s use of text docs alongside tables, but it’s not.

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After all these years of buying stupid domain names, I sold one

By | Uncategorized

As long as I can remember I’ve been buying random domain names I think are clever, or funny, or would work for some project. In college for a couple months, I made a rule for myself that every time I went out to party I had to buy a domain name. Not sure the logic that brought me to this, but it was something about adding a little asset, albiet a stupid one, and making going out a little more expensive.

Domains are like $10 to register, ~$12/yr to renew, and ultimately are like a little piece of internet real estate. If you have a domain someone else wants – you can sell it to em. Pretty simple.

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Run through walls

By | Thought
Grit is my favorite human characteristic. It’s an interesting one, and I think it’s easiest to see at the gym. How you respond when you’re dead tired and still have a hill to climb is important.
For what it’s worth, I haven’t been to the gym in 18 months.

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