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Bre read the Steve Jobs biography - like everybody did - and I think that book really did a disservice to a lot of people in the technology business because it gave a lot of people permission to be a**holes because Steve was.
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This documentary is well worth the watch. I will likely never own a 3D printer and after seeing this, or more specifically after seeing what success did to Bre Pettis, I know that I never want anything to do with a startup company. I hope that the same fate is not in store for the folks at Form Labs. There's nothing bad about being a successful company and remaining small. All in all, it's fascinating to see these different personalities with varying outlooks traveling on similar trajectories.
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