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Where do we go from here?
Bob Metcalfe talks about life, luck and choices

Ubiquity, Volume 2000 Issue June, June 1 - June 30, 2000 | BY John Gehl 

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It was really cool reading through this interview and see the comments and thoughts on development from the 80's to back in 2000. I started my IT career in 1996 and I forget about the development in just that time even though I have seen great progress in the internet and email in the corporate world in that time. It's also interesting to see things from an entrepreneurs viewpoint who had a great education because many entrepreneurs did not have a university education or dropped out half way through, in fact I just wrote a blog post about it http://mattkinsella.com/2011/11/03/how-to-be-lucky-without-university/

��� Matt Kinsella, Thu, 03 Nov 2011 13:48:19 UTC

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