Did Silicon Valley kill Entrepreneurship and US Industrial Strength? National release of a Silicon Valley true business novel- "Angels in the Silicon"
PALO ALTO, Calif., Jan. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Silicon Valley was a laboratory for technology creative destruction. Since the 1990's, American technology workers have had to reinvent themselves, go back to school, move to a different industry, create a different occupation, or move away from California. Silicon Valley changed forever the global technology paradigms and America's bedrock U.S. Constitutional powers and unlimited economic opportunities.
Silicon Valley, once the Valley of Heart's Delight turned into a Gold Rush for lawyers, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, big government politicians, massive construction projects, and technology workers from developing countries replacing America's technologist.
Angels in the Siliconchronicles the "boom and bust" Silicon Valley Venture Capital investment model, which led to global economic technology implosions, the death of traditional family structures, and the rise of government institutions regulating America's future generations. San Francisco's political liberation movements infiltrated Silicon Valley's tech culture and slowly led to the destruction of America's core innovation engine. An entrepreneurial Palo Alto technologist fights to save his two small "angel" children and unveils a politically correct and corrupt Silicon Valley Justice System. In between entrepreneurial misadventures, he manages to save the life of an American President, struggles with a court appointed psychopathic attorney, and experiences the economic hallowing out brought on by the outsourcing of Silicon Valley core technologies.
Silicon Valley can once again regain its ability to innovate cutting-edge technologies that generate sustainable revenue for American business and government entities. Angels inthe Siliconreveals how true innovators can be set free from the technology/political ecosystems created by billionaire venture capitalist. Social media and other secular trends are indicators that combining technology with political social re-engineering is not a winning formula for sustainable prosperity for America.
About the Author
Richard T. Kusiolek was an early visionary of internet related technologies in Northern California's Silicon Valley architecting "Digital Battlefields," "Digital Broadband Cities," and "PowerCom Parks." Richard spent 30 years in Silicon Valley as an early entrepreneur of wireless networking and software applications to expand information technology to the world economies. He holds a cable modem technology patent. Richard lives in Mountain View, California with his cat, midnight.
For more information about "Angels in the Silicon", please visit http://www. Amazon.com/BarnesandNoble.com/ or AuthorHouse.com (an Author Solutions – a Penguin Company). RKusiolek at +1-650-428-1872
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