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Marc Andreessen

Marc Andreessen ( *born July 9, 1971) is an American entrepreneur, investor, software engineer, and multi-millionaire best known as co-author of Mosaic, the first widely-used web browser, and co-founder of Netscape Communications Corporation.

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from The New Yorker

Who Funds the Future?

At his firm, Andreessen Horowitz, the venture capitalist routinely lays out “what will happen in the next ten, twenty, thirty years.”

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from WIRED

The Man Who Makes the Future: Wired Icon Marc Andreessen

The Man Who Makes the Future: Wired Icon Marc Andreessen. At 22, he invented Mosaic, the first graphical web browser—an innovation that is perhaps more responsible than any other for popularizing the Internet and bringing it into hundreds of millions of homes. He cofounded Netscape and took it public in a massive (for that time) stock offering that helped catalyze the dotcom boom. He started Loudcloud, a visionary service to bring cloud computing to business clients.

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from TechCrunch

Marc Andreessen On The Future Of Enterprise

In doing research for a post on “The Enterprise Cool Kids” at the tail end of last year, I interviewed Silicon Valley veteran Marc Andreessen about where he thought the enterprise was headed.

from Business Insider

Apple TV Is Coming In 2014, And Everyone Is Going To Copy It, Says Marc Andreessen

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from WIRED

Silicon Valley’s Secrets Are Hiding in Marc Andreessen’s Library

Silicon Valley’s Secrets Are Hiding in Marc Andreessen’s Library | Drew Kelly…

from Inc.com

Marc Andreessen's VC Firm Still Lags Behind Its Silicon Valley Competitors

Small Business Ideas and Resources for Entrepreneurs

According to Marc Andreessen, even though “software is eating the world,” there still is an enormous gap between what many people do in jobs today and what robots and AI can replace, and there will be for decades.

from TechCrunch

Marc Andreessen and Sheryl Sandberg: Tech Is Not Driving Income Inequality

Marc Andreessen and Sheryl Sandberg: Tech Is Not Driving Income Inequality http://techcrunch.com/2015/11/03/marc-andreessen-and-sheryl-sandberg-tech-is-not-driving-income-inequality/?ncid=rss

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from Forbes

Always Early: Marc Andreessen's Five Big Ideas That Have Shaped the Internet

Marc Andreessen Visits Peter Thiel’s Stanford Class To Talk Startups, How He Invests & The Future