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Paul Graham. A new kind of venture capitalist. A new kind of role model. by phil on Tuesday Jun 16, 2009 1:50 AM general interest, mainfeed. Inc's cover story is an interesting profile of 44-year-old Paul Graham, who is creating a new breed of venture capital firm, one that gives smaller chunks of funding to more start-ups (around forty-five funded each year).
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Paul Graham (born 1964) is an American essayist, entrepreneur, investor, and programmer. He is known for his essays on hackers, startups, and programming languages He is known for his work on Lisp, for co-founding Viaweb (which eventually became Yahoo! Store), and for co-founding the Y Combinator seed capital firm. He is the author of On Lisp.
Foundation Trilogy Essays in Economics The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money Essays in Persuasion An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding.
Paul Graham is a co-founder of Y Combinator, a startup accelerator in Mountain View, California. He is also a programmer, venture capitalist, and essayist Paul Graham, the retired cofounder of famed tech incubator Y Combinator, provoked a backlash on Twitter over the weekend after he said that you don't need to be rich kids to launch a successful. And from some corners of Twitter to MSNBC's.
Books Recommended by Timothy Keller. American pastor, theologian, and Christian apologist. Know Why You Believe by Paul E. Little. Knowing God by J. I. Packer. The Good Society by Robert N. Bellah. The Pursuit of God by A. W. Tozer. Commentary on Galatians by Martin Luther. Calvin by F. Bruce Gordon. After Theory by Terry Eagleton. The Screwtape Lettersby C. S. Lewis. The Death of Adam: Essays.
Paul Graham is a lazy whoremonger. Paul Graham is an asshole who sold an app to Yahoo! back in the early days and has been living off of his self-inflated importance ever since. Paul Graham is an asshole who doesn't develop any more yet finds the time to pen stories about how other people should or shouldn't be doing things.