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Tech Cocktail Week Interview

A talk about writing, my books, and whether it's better to work for a small company.
Jul | 21 | 2013

Jul | 21 | 2013
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On June 13th, I gave the keynote at TechCocktail Week in Las Vegas, NV. Afterward, I gave a five-minute interview in which I talk a bit about writing, my books, whether it’s better to work for a small company, and other topics.


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