Silicon Valley

Pokemon Go may or may not be a fad… but augmented reality will change the way we see the world. Kellian Adams Pletcher talks about this new frontier in storytelling.

There was a battle for the soul of Silicon Valley, and the Libertarians won. Investing legend Roger McNamee talks about how the tech world has changed - and why that could slow future progress.

Political campaigns know A LOT about you. Sasha Issenberg tells us how they’re using this data to make sure their candidate wins.

Think Silicon Valley is a haven for liberals and hippies? Think again. Investing legend Roger McNamee explains why the libertarians have won the battle for Silicon Valley. Read more...

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All of a sudden, Silicon Valley cares about Moments. Slate writer Will Oremus explains why everyone’s jumping on the bandwagon. Read More...

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Entrepreneur Brad Feld explains what he looks for in a company, and why he decided to build his life in Boulder, Colorado over the flashier tech hubs of San Francisco and New York. Read More...

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Incubators. They’re supposed to help startups raise capital, build revenue, and maybe become the next Facebook or Yahoo! But how effective are they? Reporter Daniel Gross examines the industry. Read More...

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How do we get more women into the tech sector? SupportPay CEO Sheri Atwood and venture capitalist Eurie Kim discuss strategies to help more women find success in the cutthroat world of Silicon Valley. Read More...

Idylic Vermont

How do states with smaller populations grab young talent? We look at Vermont’s strategy - and why it’s so tough to lure millennials away from New York, San Francisco, and Chicago. Read More...

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Look ahead 10, 15 years. How will technology shape our lives? We ask Roger McNamee, an investing legend in Silicon Valley, and Farhad Manjoo, who writes about tech for the New York Times. Read More...

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