I actually worry a lot that as I get "popular" I'll be able to get away with saying stupider stuff than I would have dared say before. This sort of thing happens to a lot of people, and I would really like to avoid it.
— Paul Graham, 2005 (commenting on Lemonodor)
When you accuse Silicon Valley of x, you're implicitly saying x works well, which doesn't seem smart if you're against x.— Paul Graham (@paulg) October 20, 2015
Any industry that still has unions has potential energy that could be released by startups.— Paul Graham (@paulg) November 8, 2015