"Boss" Interview with Daniel Ben-Horin in The New York Times

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"One thing that my generation got right, I think, was that we believed that the personal, professional and political are inextricably intertwined. We built CompuMentor around that principle and, with a staff of 160 people, we continue to have a lot of fun while still working toward social change."

Daniel Ben-Horin, our founder and co-CEO, was the subject of a "Boss" Interview in the Technology section of The New York Times yesterday. The interview was done by Times contributor, Perry Garfinkel, who wrote the first national media story about CompuMentor, also for The Times, in November of 1988.

We want to say thanks to Perry and send some link love his way, so check out the website for his book, Buddha or Bust: In Search of Truth, Meaning, Happiness and the Man Who Found Them All.