By all rights Mr. Hyde should reside in an expensive Manhattan condo and dine at the most exclusive restaurants.
Instead, Mr. Hyde owns just 15 things and is currently homeless. After leaving his job as community organizer for the New York-based start-up incubator TechStars, Mr. Hyde sold all of his posessions and traveled the world. He now moves through the New York and Silicon Valley technology scenes, mentors young companies, and is currently building a business that creates art from old vinyl records.
In this podcast interview, ABC News Radio's Dan Patterson talks with Mr. Hyde about technology, innovation, and digital materialism.