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Burning Man - The Accidental Revolution of Silicon Valley

For two decades now, there has been a Temporary Autonomous Zone built in the middle of Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, known as Burning Man. Thousands of people go on an annual pilgrimage to this dry and incredibly hot land in order to create an alternative society, which is based on a gifting economy. 2,668 more words

Entrepreneurs used to want to "Stick it to the Man"

Technology Entrepreneurs were mavericks, outside the system, changing the world, disrupting society and most importantly … not part of the Establishment. Well that was the way it was or certainly seemed to be. 543 more words


How Tech's Personalities Shape the Future

I was reading a Wired article that was published earlier this year and has been included on their list of most-read Backchannel pieces. The article covers the conception of a new church of AI called the Way of the Future, founded by former self-driving car engineer Anthony Levandowski. 1,090 more words


Money For Nothing in the Bitcoin Bubble

Perhaps you are a person who thinks that money comes to those who work hard, to those who are smart, or even just to those who are lucky. 455 more words


Google Corporation is A Leftist Freakshow

Remember Google’s early corporate motto: “Don’t be evil”? Well, it has become, or always was evil. Google is a leftist cult where opposing views are silenced and non-believers drummed out of the company. 64 more words

LOG #1 - Nothing ever goes to plan

So it has been almost a week in the Bay Area and Vishnu and I have been running around settling sim card, opening bank, classes, and of course, finding house. 1,637 more words


Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi sets up $1 billion fund for auto-tech / Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi quiere invertir $ 1 mil millones en Startups de tecnología automotriz


Fund will focus on investments and partnerships in Silicon Valley, Paris, Yokohama, Beijing and Tel Aviv

The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, one of the world’s leading automotive alliances, said Sunday it was setting up a new corporate venture capital fund that plans to invest up to $1 billion over five years to support startups and partnerships focused on auto technologies around the world including Israel. 603 more words