If startups are Pirates, Google just paid its respects

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Today Google has a pirate-themed logo, but no, it’s not International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Instead it’s Robert Louis Stevenson’s 160th birthday, and Google is honouring the Scottish author of pirate-filled classics such as Treasure Island and Kidnapped. (He also wrote The Strange Case of Mr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde – we’ll let you think up some ‘don’t be evil’ jokes).

Born on November 13, 1850 in Edinburgh, Louis Stevenson had an early death at the age of forty-four, by which time he had travelled the world.

So it seems to me that since TechCrunch has declared that [tech] entrepreneurs are, in effect, Pirates, we should now adopt Robert Louis Stevenson as patron saint.

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrr!!!!!

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