The Downside of Silicon Valley

John Hennessy, Stanford University

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Hennessy believes there is a penalty for living in the technology center of the world.  It comes in the form of a high cost of living and being subjected to the fickleness of the entrepreneurial spirit, demonstrated by the bursting of the bubble.  Some sacrifices have to be made to stay, but ultimately, the Silicon Valley is too exciting a place to leave, he adds.

Apr 21, 2004

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