Casey Kait: Digital Hustlers Living Large and Falling Hard in Silicon Alley



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Onnor of DoubleClick Fernando Espuelas of StarMedia and Craig Kanarick of Razorfish; commentators like Omar Wasow of MSNBC and Jason McCabe Calacanis of he Silicon Alley Reporter; and inimitable Alley characters like party diva Courtney Pulitzer and Josh Harris Grigory Rasputin the clown prince of Pseudocom Togetherhey describe a world of sweatshop programmers and paper millionaires of cocktail napkin business plans and billion dollar IPOs of spectacular successes and flame outs alikeCandid and open eyed bristling with energy and argument Digital Hustlers is an unforgettable group portrait of a wildly creative culture caught in he headlights of achievemen.

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