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TweetA while ago… okay a little over three months ago Paul Graham (also known by many of us on Hacker News as PG) posted an article called “Can You Buy a Silicon Valley?“ It was an interesting look into what it might take to economically recreate Silicon Valley in another geographical area, and make it […]
Tweet If Sequoia Venture Capital, who has done Cisco and Yahoo and Oracle and others, had put 1 percent of the money that it had ever invested in into a 501c(3) charity when they started it, it would be the largest foundation in the world today. Isn’t that amazing? -Marc Benioff
Tweet Friend on AIM how many users do u guys have Jason L Baptiste enough Jason L Baptiste how does ur sister look naked? kind of the same type of question. If you have a job or work for someone, you never ask your friends: YO DUDE, HOW MUCH CASH MONEY DOLLARS DO YOU MAKE […]