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Larry Chiang Crashes Knight Fellows to (Re) Launch TRACKBACKS by WORDPRESS

by Larry Chiang on March 4, 2014

March 4, 2014

By Larry Chiang
I used to be the “significant otter” to a Knight Fellow.
Yes, otter. The cute mammal that hides a rock under her armpit to eat Nogales Bay oysters. I listened. I learned. I loved

Marshall Kirkpatrick (@marshallk)
just registered for the Knight Foundation/MIT Media Lab/Medium party Sat night at #SXSW #ohyeah… cc @blake

Download the on going commentary and coverage via my WORDPRESS TRACKBACKS

Darby Burn Strong (@burnstrong)
Oooh la la, @marshallk. Sounds like an amazingly solid choice. Looking forward to your report back about the experience. cc @blake

Download the official WordPress app and see the wordpress based businesses at ENGR145

FTC DISCLOSURE: I financially benefit from your entrepreneur effort and learning what I taught at Stanford Engineering. I just do not know how and how much, if at all (with you, in particular 🙂
FTC DISCLOSURE: Many women will seek me out for NOT JUST THE MENTORSHIP.
CEO of Duck9
Stanford University Entrepreneur in Residence, Emeritus
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“What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School” comes out 11-11-14
FTC DISCLOSURE: I financially benefited from doing a deal with this nine year old (Chris) and his big brother. Both will be studying ENGR145 in 10 – 14 years
Duck9 is part of UCMS Inc.

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