1994 was the year Ace of Base topped the charts, "Friends" ruled the ratings and the Internet was just beginning to permeate our lives. Reporter Jodi Kantor takes a look at the graduating class from Stanford University that year for a piece in the New York Times today.
She charts the rise of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs from those heady early days when anything seemed possible through an ever-widening gender gap that leaves women mostly on the sidelines of the tech revolution.
Kantor joins the show for more. You can read her story here.