Friday, August 18, 2006

WSJ.com - Hard Knocks, Age Transform A Web Pioneer

Somebody deserves a PR gold star for this WSJ puff piece on Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz... 

Marc Andreessen, once the golden boy on the cutting edge of the go-go Internet economy, has gone retro.

The young brain behind Netscape Communications Corp. -- which popularized the modern-day Internet browser and helped launch the frenzied dot-com boom of the late 1990s -- has spent the past several years engaged in an old-fashioned pursuit: rebuilding a traditional software company, Opsware Inc., and trying to make it profitable.

Source: WSJ.com - Hard Knocks, Age Transform A Web Pioneer

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