Writing, Fast and Slow

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It’s 1997 and I’m interviewing two young tech company founders in a San Francisco cafe. I’ve been in California all week. Flown out from Boston by Inc. magazine to stay at the Hotel Nikko for a single story. Later today, I’ll stroll on the beach with one of the company founders and his dog.

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Writer, editor, parent. Former staffer at Quartz, WSJ and Inc. magazine.

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Stephanie Gruner Buckley

Stephanie Gruner Buckley

Writer, editor, parent. Former staffer at Quartz, WSJ and Inc. magazine.

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