From Wired’s newsroom, the future always looks better. Since 1993, Silicon Valley’s house magazine has chronicled the region’s rise from a few hackers to home base of the world’s biggest companies. Twenty-five years later, its view of the future is, well, complicated.
Wired threw itself a party to mark its 25th birthday at the San Francisco Jazz Center on Oct. 15. The publication gathered the winners of the technology revolution to discuss their companies and the future. Founders