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Silicon Valley Is Living Inside A Bubble Of Tone-Deaf Arrogance

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

AngelHack CEO Greg Gopman apologized last week for a series of posts on Facebook in which he said that homeless "trash" had no place in the "heart of our city," San Francisco. He wrote: The difference is in other cosmopolitan cities...

Meet the startups from Angelhack 2011 [video]

Technology : The Next Web Blog

Over $15,000 dollars worth of prizes were given out to startups created at the 24-hour hackathon Angelhack this weekend. The hackathon was organized by Greg Gopman who arrived in Silicon...

How This Tone-Deaf Startup Redeemed Itself After Founder's Comments About Bay Area Homeless

Business & Finance : Fast Company

Last month Greg Gopman incited a lot of Internet antipathy for calling the homeless people of San Francisco "hyenas." Now his former company is taking the city's defining social issue head-on. One of the things that perpetually igni...

AngelHack Goes International For Its Next Hackathon

Technology : TechCrunch: Enterprise

The last time I talked up AngelHack, I was impressed that the hackathon had spread to two coasts. Looks like that wasn't enough for founder and CEO Greg Gopman — the fall version of the event has now grown to include five internatio...

Startup CEO Who Complained About San Francisco's Homeless Population Says He's 'Really Sorry'

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

AngelHack CEO Greg Gopman recently took to Facebook to berate the homeless population in San Francisco, Calif., saying that the city has been overrun by "crazy, homeless, drug, dealers, and trash..." He has since publicly apologized...

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