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How are staffers dealing with last summer’s strife? Thought Catalog’s origin story starts like so many other startups of its day: with a college dropout. Chris Lavergne was still in school, at the famously unstructured Hampshire College in Massachusetts, when he first conceived of the site: It was to be his senior thesis, a multidisciplinary convergence of literature and computer science.

“On February 1 of 2010, Thought Catalog had 200 visitors.Half a dozen employees are scattered around a few tables full of i Macs.It’s the Monday after the party, and there is still a celebratory mood in the air.There, at The W Loft on Kent Avenue, the scene was uncharacteristically lavish.Waiters carted around hors d'oeuvres as bloggers and online media elite gawked at potted plants, decorative typewriters and what looked to be a real taxidermied bear.

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