When we first saw the Wall Street Journal headline "With Scant Jobs, Grads Make Their Own," we assumed it meant that college grads today were doing what we did when we graduated from college into, um, a different recession, which was smoke pot and watch Lifetime movies like it was our job. But no:
For his part, Mr. Levine built upon a business plan for a niche social-networking company he had created for an entrepreneurship class the prior year. He showed the plan to the father of a college friend who was an angel investor and got $40,000 in seed money in exchange for an equity stake in the business.
Ugh. Kids today.