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I'm writing this week from the University Cafe in downtown Palo Alto.
It became famous in The Facebook Effect book as the team's regular hangout when they moved to Palo Alto.
It's an unremarkable cafe, often packed with people like me, in town to try to convince VCs (venture capitalists) to invest in their start-up idea. Looking around I can see 11 other Mac laptops and four guys pitching to a VC over coffee.
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