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Douglas Menuez began his careers as an intern with the Washington Post, and over the past several decades he has covered the AIDS crisis, the destruction of the Amazonian rainforest, and a host of other topics. One of his projects included documenting the rise of Silicon Valley, and along the way he took some 250,000 photographs that together constitute an insider's look at the world of venture capital, the semiconductor industry, and of course, the heady early days of the Internet's exponential growth. Recently, Stanford University acquired this prodigious collection. Visitors to this site can browse through approximately 2900 of these photographs, and given the number of images, this site certainly warrants several visits.
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