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I like how you summarized the main points -- I thought Chris Larsen's message was pretty sharp and it was clear from your takeaways that he knew what he was talking about. I remember his talking about the struggle between transparency and privacy particularly well and it's great that you identified that as an important aspect of his interview. One additional point I thought he mentioned was how he learned from eLoan and carried that across to Prosper, such as not denying current spheres of existences, like the traditional banks. It shows me that every company is a work in progress, built on lessons from previous endeavors.

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