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11/04/2013 04:02 pm ET

Silicon Valley Has An Arrogance Problem

In this Monday, May 12, 2008, photo, a row of historical Victorian homes, underscore the San Francisco skyline in a view from
In this Monday, May 12, 2008, photo, a row of historical Victorian homes, underscore the San Francisco skyline in a view from Alamo Square,Calif. Apartment rents in San Francisco have soared beyond the lofty levels of the original Internet boom more than a decade ago. This time, it’s being driven by well-paid software engineers and Web designers who are flocking to Silicon Valley. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

At a startup conference in the San Francisco Bay area last month, a brash and brilliant young entrepreneur named Balaji Srinivasan took the stage to lay out a case for Silicon Valley's independence.

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