Mike Judge talks HBO sitcom Silicon Valley and what he learned from his extensive research on the tech world in an interview with CNNMoney's Laurie Segall.
"Silicon Valley" Director, Mike Judge discusses the absurdities of the Valley and Burning Man, a week-long event in the desert where thousands go to fight The Man and express their most intense creativity.
In the Valley, swingers parties have gone high-tech -- there are no more keys, instead there are apps to show you your options before you've walked through the door.
Silicon Valley insider Chris Messina tells CNNMoney's Laurie Segall about how he got the idea to use the '#' symbol on Twitter.
Imagine being in a serious relationship with your husband, a boyfriend, a girlfriend and dating around on the side -- that's polyamory. It's not new, but is infiltrating tech culture.
If one part of success in Silicon Valley is dependent on your ability to stay up all night and code, the other part depends on your ability to think outside the box. Some in the Valley are trying to force creativity by taking LSD.
Harder, better, faster -- the Silicon Valley way of life. Where your mind is your money, some techies are turning to smart drugs to enhance brain performance.
When Daniel Kottke was dropping acid in the dorms of Reed College, he was often tripping with one of the most creative minds of the last century: Steve Jobs. Laurie Segall reports.
A CNNMoney exclusive look at how Silicon Valley is optimizing their relationships and brains through polyamory, swinging, smart drugs and psychedelics.