I had lunch yesterday with an entrepreneur I first met in 1999, at the height of the dot-com era. James Chung was one of the people I profiled in a Globe Magazine piece in 1999, headlined, "Let's do launch: So much venture capital, so little time." It painted a picture of Boston's venture capital and entrepreneurial scene at the height of the dot-com bubble, when Tom Crotty of Battery Ventures told me, "Our investors are just throwing money at us, and we need to find places to put it."
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