Netscape Co-Founder Jim Clark

NPR's Renee Montagne discusses Netscape co-founder, Jim Clark — one of the most innovative entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley — with author Michael Lewis, who writes about Clark in his book, The New, New Thing. Lewis says Clark is so preoccupied with the future, that he has little time to discuss the present or past. (7:35) Michael Lewis's book, The New, New Thing, is published by W.W. Norton & Co.

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