January 4, 2013

Why Silicon Valley Innovation Has Stalled

Francisco Dao, Pando Daily


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While many of the reasons for the sorry state of innovation in the internet space have been discussed before (tech has become too trendy, proliferation of incubators, echo chamber, etc.) one idea that I’ve never heard anyone talk about is this; in order to push the innovation envelope, people must be working at, or at least have a knowledge of the current cutting edge.

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TAGGED: Innovation, Startups, Silicon Valley

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