Party Like It’s 1929

I get the appeal of a Roaring 20s-themed party in general, but if you’re a major Bay Area tech company, how out of touch with your company’s image outside your bubble do you have to be to think that channeling Gatsby is a good PR move?

Author: Michael Swaine

Michael Swaine is a writer and editor. He helped launch the first personal computer newsweekly, InfoWorld. He co-authored Fire in the Valley, the seminal tech history book on which the movie Pirates of Silicon Valley was based. He was editor-in-chief of Dr. Dobb’s Journal and has written for and edited several other magazines. His latest creation is PragPub magazine.