Doug Menuez


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Douglas Menuez began his varied career as a photojournalist for Time, Newsweek, Life, USA Today, Fortune and many other publications. Over his 25-year career, his subjects have included the Ethiopian famine, the Olympics, the AIDS crisis and the rise of Silicon Valley and its visionaries, such as Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Bill Joy and John Doerr. His many portrait assignments range from Robert Redford to former President Bill Clinton. Menuez’s work has won numerous awards and have been featured in nine of the bestselling Day in the Life books. In 1989, Menuez co-produced with David Elliot Cohen the bestseller, 15 Seconds: The Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1989, which generated more than five hundred thousand dollars in relief money for ea ...more

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“Since 2000, no important technology innovation in the United States has been scaled up to create millions of manufacturing, marketing, and engineering jobs here, as personal computers and related industries did. While selling online and social networking are clearly transformational movements that have created entrepreneurial opportunities, fewer than fifty thousand traditional jobs—those with full-time hours, benefits, and health insurance—have been created.”
Doug Menuez, Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000

“Management gave the team new marching orders: they had one more year to rewrite the entire million lines of code. A short time later, a young programmer named Ko Isono went home, loaded a pistol, and shot himself in the heart.”
Doug Menuez, Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000

“Virtual-reality pioneer Jaron Lanier worries that in the future we’ll be able to upload our brains into a “hive mind.” We’ll leave our bodies behind to achieve immortality, but will end up working forever as slaves tasked with writing free Wikipedia entries all day.”
Doug Menuez, Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000

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