The fecundity of the tech startup culture is on display at a new Web site (where else?) called Product Hunt, which lists dozens of new mobile Apps and Web sites each week. One recurring theme in successful startups is the ability to get around the regulations created by politicians like President Obama. Companies are using technology to create a free market. The tech world is not perfect. The e-commerce boom of the late 1990s ended in a burst Nasdaq bubble (though one that arguably laid important foundations for the current boom). Silicon Valley at its worst can have a herd mentality, an insularity, and mercenary qualities that outweigh loyalty. But which one offers more hope and change right now, asks Ira Stoll. West Coast tech start-up culture or Washington political culture? The question answers itself.
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