Where Silicon Valley Is Going to Get in Touch With Its Soul - The New York Times


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“Esalen Big Sur : a home for technologists to reckon with what they have built.” via
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10 weeks ago by Gleonhard
BIG SUR, Calif. — Silicon Valley, facing a crisis of the soul , has found a retreat center. It has been a hard year for the tech industry. Prominent figures…
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10 weeks ago by mrtoto
Of course tech bros do this to
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10 weeks ago by joha04
“They wonder if they’re doing the right thing for humanity,” Mr. Tauber said. “These are questions we can only answer behind closed doors.”
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BIG SUR, Calif. — Silicon Valley, facing a crisis of the soul, has found a retreat center. It has been a hard year for the tech industry. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by drewcaldwell
BIG SUR, Calif. — Silicon Valley, facing a crisis of the soul, has found a retreat center. It has been a hard year for the tech industry.
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11 weeks ago by odelano
pay $1000 for a weekend of learning with tech executives
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11 weeks ago by scuddr
RT : I dunno, seems like behind closed doors is definitely not where we should answer them.
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11 weeks ago by mathewi
RT : I dunno, seems like behind closed doors is definitely not where we should answer them.
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11 weeks ago by jtth
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11 weeks ago by audrey
Where Silicon Valley Is Going
to Get in Touch With Its Soul
The Esalen Institute, a storied hippie hotel in Big Sur, Calif., has reopened
with a mission to help technologists who discover that “inside they’re hurting.”

Nellie Bowles. NYTimes. December 4, 2017

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The hot springs, left, are open to the public from 1 to 3 a.m.
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11 weeks ago by asfaltics
I dunno, seems like behind closed doors is definitely not where we should answer them.
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11 weeks ago by beaugunderson
So they’re going to church.
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