“In Y Combinator’s early days, founders would move to Palo Alto, split a two-bedroom with five others to save money and trade notes around the clock with their new, like-minded roommates.”
Self-made millionaire James Altucher has some strong opinions when it comes to the value of college.
“We’re in an idea-based economy and a skill-based economy, not a certificate based economy,” he continues. “We used to be in a certificate-based economy. It’s just not true anymore.”
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