Tech entrepreneur responds to missing out on the Forbes 30 under 30 in the most epic way

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With two weeks left until he turned thirty, Marc Köhlbrugge made a daunting realization — no, not that his twenties were almost over. He had failed to achieve his goal of seeing his name in Forbes’ 30 under 30 list. Not content to merely try for Fortune’s consolation prize 40 under 40 awards, he instead decided to launch his own list of who’s who, called (what else?) 100 under 100. 100 under 100 is perhaps the most attainable “who’s who” list around. To get on it, you merely need to pay for your place in line. The first place on…

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