In all the goings-on of the past few days, I’ve neglected to point to this statement by Benedict Evans, a venture capitalist at Andreessen Horowitz (often shortened to a16z), who’ve invested in the seed and Series A rounds for Soylent, the liquid “staple meal” meant for people too busy doing important things and making the world a better place to eat solid food. He posted it in a tweet, which I’m illustrating below:
“Soylent does not replace the meal you spend an hour cooking,” he writes:
“…it replaces this:”
I dunno; I’m still leaning towards the Vienna sausages. And I’m not the only one.