It had not yet been named Silicon Valley, but you had the defense industry, you had Hewlett-Packard. But you also had the counter-culture, the Bay Area. That entire brew came together in Steve Jobs.
You know, one of these things that happened in the '60s and '70s was this confluence of, sort of, a counter-culture with computer culture.
I get most of my news from the Jon Stewart Daily Show.
It's the most level commentary you can find. You have to laugh, because it's all so true. It's the closest thing to a counterculture.