Things get complicated when you suddenly become a billionaire. Instead of worrying about whether your checks will bounce, you have to figure out what to do with all your money, how to shield it from taxes, how to plan your estate - and, of course, how much to give to charity.

Nobody knows these dilemmas better than those who have struck it rich on the Internet. Jim Clark, the founder of Netscape Communications and two other runaway technology hits, Silicon Graphics Inc. and Healtheon, decided to do something about it.

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