Booting Up: Peter Thiel Wants YOU to Apply for His '20 Under 20′

Booting Up: Peter Thiel Wants YOU to Apply for His '20 Under 20′

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New Rise and shine! (Photo: flickr.com/katerha) “You don’t want your analytical efforts to be obvious because voters get creeped out.” Data mining in politics is harder than it looks. [New York Times] It’s “20 under 20″ time once more! If you’ve just gotten to freshman year and you absolutely hate it...
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techcrunch.com
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