"I am having so much, I think, success in the private sector. It's a cost-benefit analysis," he said. "Why would I trade off the freedoms I have as a private-sector individual if I'm having as much, if not more, impact."
Also, he joked, he's not qualified to be a politician.
"I see the hypocrisy of going on stage and telling people we should have more geeks in office then not doing it myself," he said. "But, you know what? By sheer virtue of the fact that I can acknowledge my own hypocrisy, I know I'm not capable of running for office."