When Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, gave a commencement at The University of Pennsylvania last week, the advice he gave must have sounded odd coming from the head of one of the most influential companies on he web. What he told the students seemed to go against what his company believes in. He asked them to simply unplug and live an analog life.
Schmidt went on to urge the grads to “turn off your computers,” and “discover all that is human around us.”
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