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On December 14, 2015, Trainwreck commented on Net-a-Porter: Bringing Luxury Online and Around the World :

I love Mr Porter and what sets them apart for me when compared to other online sites is the curation of designers and clothes available. I am often able to find up and coming deisgners on their site that aren’t even avaialble in brick & mortar retailers. What did you find about their operating model that enables them to achieve such high quality curation?

On December 14, 2015, Trainwreck commented on Netflix – Behind the Scenes :

As a somewhat happy netflix subscriber I know firsthand the improtance of their original content as beyond that the content they have is often outdated. As more network channels move to offer their own content online and remove its accessibilty on netflix, do you think Netflix will be viable alone on its proprietary content?

On December 14, 2015, Trainwreck commented on IndiGo Airlines: On Time, Every Time :

Great post. It is very tough in the airline industry to consistenly prodcue profits and IndiGO seems to have a model that works. I just wonder if you knew more about the limitations on scalibility of this model. You mentioned that they offer few destinations, but with higher frequency. Are destinations ruled out because of volume? or because longer routes may offer more operational complexity and cause their model to falter?

On December 14, 2015, Trainwreck commented on To Infinity and Beyond :

Great post Roxy! Like everyone else above I love Pixar as well, but wondered how you viewed sequels fitting inot Pixars ability to innovate and stay relevant. For most film studios, the possibility to build a franchise is a dream come true as it can guarantee steady returns in an industry known for its high volatililty. Pixar has already produced franchises with multiple films (Toy Story and Cars) but in your opinion does this go against their ethos of creativity?