Interesting article about international entrepreneurship that just warms my heart. It reinforces a trend that I’ve been noticing over the past year or so. Guadalajara has experienced a virtual explosion of hipsters, skateboarder, good coffee, cute indie restaurants, and the like. We’ve all seen this happen in the SF Mission district, Williamsburg, SilverLake, etc. . . . and now we’re deep in the throes of the mexican version of it. I’m delighted because I happen to like ethnic food, hippies, and tattooed nerd girls. What’s especially exciting is an entirely new class of entrepreneurs. As early as 2 years ago, the best and brightest were coming out of the university CS departments here with their sites set on a mid-level cube job at intel or HP. As of late, I’m bumping into to super smart kids who are eager to build the next game-changing startup. I guess this is to be expected but I wonder how long the SF Bay area can hang onto its position as the startup center of the world.