The tech industry is a sleep-deprived bunch that seems to worship insomnia.
There's Marissa Mayer admitting to 130-hour workweeks at Google, pulling at least one all-nighter a week and sleeping under her desk when she had to.
There's Twitter and Square cofounder Jack Dorsey who worked 16-20-hour days in 2009, 8-10 hours a day at each company, shrugging it off with a "I don’t sleep much, but it’s enough."
The "nap room" and the "nap pod" have become normal features in a tech company's office space.
I don’t sleep much, but it’s enough.
And it's not just tech executives. A 2013 Gallup poll found that North Americans sleep on average about 6.8 hours a night, not eight. We're using those extra hours we spend awake to work from home on our smartphones and tablets. http://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-get-enough-sleep-2014-5#ixzz3Sg8SBinw
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