This week's episode of 'Conversations with Glenn' focused on Glenn's recent visit to Silicon Valley. Many have been wondering why Glenn has been so obsessed with technology and entrepreneurs in one of the most progressive states in the country. Why has he been spending less time talking about the White House and Washington, D.C. and more time talking about Facebook, Elon Musk, and San Francisco?
"Silicon Valley is the epicenter of revolutionary change. Technological change, change in society, change in corporate America," Glenn said. "These guys are real revolutionaries and they are plotting the course. I said the whole world would be up for grabs and I would rather be a part of those who are charting the course than those who are just going to live with whatever framework has been built."
Glenn said that he hoped to spend more time in Silicon Valley, and wants to find a way to do a 'Real World'-style house mixing key people from Silicon Valley with himself, his team, and more familiar faces.
"I'm gonna start putting people together so they can meet our audience and the audience can meet them because they are mind-blowing great. They are Jefferson, Franklin, Paine."