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Sin City is better, according to eBay founder Pierre Omidyar who tells Business Week that in Silicon Valley, “the public servants can’t live in the communities they serve there because it’s too expensive. It didn’t feel like a healthy dynamic. Paul K thinks this is some […]

Sin City is better, according to eBay founder Pierre Omidyar who tells Business Week that in Silicon Valley, “the public servants can’t live in the communities they serve there because it’s too expensive. It didn’t feel like a healthy dynamic. Paul K thinks this is some sort of a statement — apparently even Las Vegas seems sane and mature by comparison. My story talks more at length about leaving SV.

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  1. Herman Melville. Yay! I like ham. Go Jews!

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