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What A Stanford EIR Taught a UT Undergrad

by Larry Chiang on September 27, 2013

By Larry Chiang
I never really taught entrepreneurship as much as I do it
EIR is Entrepreneur in Residence

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
@thedailytexan – do a story about how undergrads sold housing at #sxsw last year cc @JohnnyHVan @Nick_Spiller

I calculate that UT spring break coincides with SXSW.

Time to make some money selling our dorm rooms to Silicon Valley VCs?! Heck yes

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