A history lesson on startup geography, inspired by this post by Michael Arrington: The South Bay / Peninsula / San Francisco tango is a long tradition in the tech industry. Silicon Valley famously started in downton Palo Alto, with the famed HP garage (which I’ve walked past many times). During the chip-dominated era (there’s a … Continue reading San Francisco vs. Palo Alto vs. South Bay
You’ve probably already run across Wordle, the new service for generating text clouds…I figured I ought to apply it to my famous “Why I Hate San Francisco” post. Enjoy!
Why I Hate San Francisco My friend and San Francisco resident Ben Casnocha has challenged me to explain why I hate San Francisco, which he terms one of the world’s great cities. Listen Ben, San Francisco is one of the world’s great cities. But that doesn’t mean I have to like it. Many of the … Continue reading Why I Hate San Francisco