I discovered an interesting book, Narrative Economics, written by Robert Shiller. In it, he discusses how popular stories shape economic events. In light of the Coronavirus and the shockwaves that it is sending throughout our global economy, this book certainly makes for a timely, informative read. Further, I would submit that this book has a more micro-specific application, as it makes sense of the many realities on display in Silicon Valley. Indeed, Silicon Valley is as much about technology as it is about narratives. Whether it is the revolutionary founder who rescues the company from its impending demise or the…