I do recall what was going through my parents’ minds, though: bewilderment.
Their 26-year-old son, who had recently left jobs at two Fortune 500 companies inside of three years, was now co-founding a start-up with the audacious aim of making an obscure platform called “online services” — the word “Internet” wasn’t common then — part of everyday life.
In fairness to my mom and dad, we had picked a steep and improbable mountain to climb.
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