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March 12, 2005

Paul Graham's advice

Lot of interesting insights in this Paul Graham's essay.

My favorite is this footnote :

Learning to hack is a lot cheaper than business school, because you can do it mostly on your own.  For the price of a Linux box, a copy of K&R, and a few hours of advice from your neighbor's fifteen year old son, you'll be well on your way.

Enjoy the essay.

March 12, 2005 in Entrepreneurship | Permalink


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