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Published on Nov 24, 2010
Chegg CEO and seasoned Silicon Valley executive Dan Rosensweig discusses the dawn of working in the Internet age to a Stanford audience who has never lived without the Internet. His tales from the trenches include the overwhelm he first experienced when voicemail, a fax machine, and 14 emails entered his inbox, and the crushing pain of failed stock options as the bubble burst. For those who did not experience the Internet boom of the 1990s and the bust of 2000, this historical perspective offers first-person insights.