Y Combinator’s Sam Altman wishes San Francisco was more open-minded, like China
Sam Altman is a Silicon Valley kingmaker. Sam Altman is rich. Sam Altman wears cargo shorts. Sam Altman is awful.
As president of Y Combinator, an internationally renowned startup accelerator based in Mountain View, California, the 32-year-old has an outsized influence on the world of tech. The seed money his company doles out has both life-changing effects on its recipients and the potential to reshape entire industries.
And if Altman’s latest blog post is any indication, this has all very much gone to his head.
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Titled “E Pur Si Muove” in a transparent attempt to position himself as a righteous contrarian speaking truth to power à la Galileo Galilei, Altman explains in the post how toxic censorship has supposedly crushed intellectual dissent in San Francisco. You see, according to the 2015 Forbes 30-under-30 luminary, daring to disagree even in the slightest with the politically correct monsters that run this town is now enough to get you driven out of it. Read more…More about Silicon Valley, Donald Trump, Peter Thiel, Homophobia, and Y Combinator
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