personal computing and the World Wide Web both trace their origins to LSD-inspired revelations of human connectivity in a pre-silicon Santa Clara Valley.
Psychedelic supersonic silicon space age: photos of the radical hippie design sense
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I seriously doubt that.

It sounds more like you’re confusing causality with coincidence, as in “Steve Jobs took acid, and look what he created.” Plenty of people took acid, but only one founded Apple.

See Did the use of psychedelics lead to a computer revolution?

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