The Fall of Sillicon Valley (Rhinehart)

A somewhat dark view on Sillicon Valley, its lies, and what true innovation is. It is dark but weirdly inspiring at the same time. It can serve as a cautionary tale for entrepreneurs sucked into the search for funding, while forgetting to build their company. You do not have to live in the Valley to innovate. In fact, according to Rhinehart, it is a hostile environment to innovate.

It is a long article, worth reading.

Unfortunatelly, it contains several pointless remarks against the "government" (it even qualifies a pension fund as being "socialist"), that weaken the content, and would be better discarded from an otherwise excellent content.

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