I remember the first time that I signed onto the internet. It was 1998 and I had just started work for Deloitte and Touche in Boston. My boss was traveling on my first day with the company,so I had to entertain myself “surfing” the web. I wasn’t quite certain what would happen. During this same time period, the “Tech Boom,” I use to take the train daily from South Attleboro to South Station. As I used to walk through South Station, tech companies use to have recruiting tables set up to speak with passengers passing through the terminal. The thinking was that “brick and mortar” companies would become dinosaurs. The bubble burst and “brick and mortar” companies survived. A lot of people made a lot of money as an early employee in a tech company. My roommate was one of those guys. Admittedly, he was smarter, but I was better looking (at least in my own mind!). That was then and this is now!
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