NY Times: Is there life after Silicon Valley’s fast lane?

John Markoff reports on post-boom life in Silicon Valley.

Not everyone in the valley is ready yet to call time out. Those who are still thriving have little time or patience for the new wave of reflection ˜ including Intel’s Mr. Grove. Asked by e-mail message whether he had new thoughts about the meaning of Internet time, Mr. Grove issued a terse reply: “I am too busy to contemplate this.” Other executives argue that the bust simply provided a much-needed pruning of deadwood and that the valley’s round-the-clock style of innovation was alive and well.

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