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Aug 6, 2014
I actually sympatize a very little tiny bit with the DHB here... He is trying so hard to be cool...
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Aug 1, 2014
"Start up" - you need a working battery in most cases to get things started...boy, am I glad all I know how to do on computers is surf the net and blog on this strip...have a marvelous weekend, everybody...
Aug 1, 2014
@nelkins Heck, that sounds a lot like me!
Except for the Stanford and MIT part.
Aug 1, 2014
I thought Hacker had been turned into a criminal term, So the CEO wants to be known as a criminal?
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Aug 1, 2014
Inaccurate. A startup is usually a company that has only one product, but that one product is awesome enough to change the way large corporations behave.
A startup is usually run by ex-hippies, grunge-wanabees, or the like, that started in Stanford, MTI, or the like, but dropped out after they realized they were smarter than the post-graduates.
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