The conflict in SF over rents and roads would be lessened if the tech workers were better known by their neighbors. But they are purposefully kept isolated by the practices of their employers. It's divisive.
"...a vanload of naked swingers pressing their bare breasts against the windows and inviting him to join the fun."
I would expect nothing less from David Sedaris.
It lacks accuracy but that could change in an instant - it could be a prophecy. This technique of bibliography is often used to answer personal questions about the future.
It's not the answer I wanted, but maybe the universe is telling me it's something I need. I hope not.
Looks like it's this one: https://plus.google.com/105207689891479566260/posts/Dkt1m3KCk26
Better get to work :)
- Silicon Valley WatcherI edit and publish Silicon Valley Watcher - reporting on the business of innovation at the intersection of media and technology, present
- Financial TimesUS Technology Correspondent, 1999 - 2004
- West Coast NewsCEO, 1984 - 1999
- ComputingUS Editor, 1981 - 1994
I have been reporting on the business of Silicon Valley for US and global newspapers and magazines since 1984. I also published a local newspaper in San Francisco 1987 to 1989 called "The Street - A View From The Haight." I worked for the Financial Times since 1985 to 1999, and worked full-time full time for the Financial Times from 1999 to 2004 in its San Francisco bureau.
I have been working as a media entrepreneur for much of my life.
I am also involved in several new
media/communications projects including changing the format of the
press release so that it more accurately reflects our multi-layered
I am the father of Matthew, born 1987 and Sarah, born 1994.
- Royal Holloway, University of LondonChemistry, Computer Science, 1977 - 1980
- Coopers Company, Mile End, London1970 - 1976
- Every Company Is A Media Company (current)