Bay Area tech entrepreneurs have changed how we communicate and do business. Now the community is trying to disrupt philanthropy by reinventing capitalism.
Leaving traffic-choked San Francisco and heading south on the Pacific Coast Highway feels a bit like entering paradise—tiny hamlets, the wave-buffeted coastline, rolling green hills and fields. South of Half Moon Bay, there’s a highway turnoff to a speck of a town called Pescadero. After a short drive inland, cell service disappears. Soon enough, I come to a lowkey ranch gate with an electronic keypad—the TomKat Ranch, owned by Bay Area power couple Tom Steyer and Kat Taylor. On this particular March morning, a herd of deer leaped and bounded across the rutted dirt track.
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