I used to believe that technology was the salve for all aches as well. I spent 25 years in the Bay Area either twisting knobs and turning screws, recommending tech stocks to buy or not, or investing in tech companies. I have learned better. The rich tones of life’s big tapestry are not rendered more vividly with a 24/7 web connection and faster 1 and 0s. “Everything that is unsatisfying about real life.” Real life gets more beautiful, frankly, when you start to leave the digital domain behind, when it becomes your tool, not an obsession.
A comment on Sarah Lacy’s article, David Sacks’ Argument Is Rational; It’s a Good Thing Silicon Valley Isn’t. | via: mari huertas