Recently, I’ve written about the storm of bad PR that’s been hitting Craigslist, the pressure that children in Silicon Valley feel to appear ‘perfect,’ and the way in which suppliers tend to beat out prospectors when it comes to reaping long term gains from short term (gold) rushes.
So this week I wrote about Silicon Valley’s new Singularity University.
And last week the topic was the wider Bay Area’s creative culture, of which the Valley’s own culture of creation is very much a part.
I’m thinking I should post my weekly Evening Standard column here, just in case anyone is interested.
So here is last week’s, about Twitter.
And here is the one from the week before, about the Crunchie awards.