“Some were too distracted by programming projects and weekend hackathons to go to class. Others couldn’t pay for college and questioned why they should go into debt when there is easy money to be made. Still others had already launched successful apps or businesses and didn’t see why they should wait at home for their lives to start.” Turn on, tune in, drop out. Start vesting. That’s the model being followed by an increasing number of teens who are already working at — or running — tech startups. From Nellie Bowles in California Sunday Magazine: The Real Teens of Silicon Valley.