Apr 28, 2013
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A certain filtering of the self is a condition of working in an office, and it is a rejection of this notion that our iconic entrepreneurs, with their hoodies and nocturnal habits, represent. Entrepreneurs succeed by ignoring the advice of their predecessors. The fact that so many of them go on to publish advice for future entrepreneurs is a puzzling contradiction—or maybe just a sign that disruption is a young man’s game.
Nolan Bushnell’s Finding the Next Steve Jobs Reviewed by Molly Young | New Republic
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