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Iconoclast - Gregory Berns
Call Number: New Books Shelf QP360 .B52 2008
ISBN: 1422115011
Publication Date: 2008
See Chapter 1: "Through the eye of an Iconoclast: Dale Chihuly, Paul Lauterbur, Nolan Bushnell"

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This Week in Startups: Nolan Bushnell

Founder of both Atari and Chuck E. Cheese, Nolan Bushnell was also Steve Jobs' first boss.

Bushnell comments on Jobs (and the dangers of simply imitating Apple's success) and discusses his own history as an entrepreneur in this lengthy interview.

Interview begins at 4:30.

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