7. See Around the Corner

—Dan Pelson (Warner Music Group)

Where were you when the digital revolution hit? Maybe you were too young to remember, or maybe you were busy making a living. Dan Pelson knows just where he was: sitting on his front steps reading Wired magazine's cover article about Mosaic, which was a new web browser at the time. Mosaic, the first popular web browser, made the Internet accessible for regular folks. That was in 1993. Dan sat there reading about it and said, "This is incredible!" And he knew he had to find a way to be a part of it. Dan is the kind of person who has that uncanny ability to see around corners and make a pretty accurate guess about where business is going—accurate enough for Warner Music Group to hire him ...

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