Paul Graham's Silicon Valley

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Where to See Silicon Valley Where to See Silicon Valley October 2010 Silicon Valley proper is mostly suburban sprawl. At first glance it doesn't seem there's anything to see. It's not the sort of place that has conspicuous monuments. But if you look, there are subtle signs you're in a place that's different from other places.
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Computer History Museum Revolutionaries Season 3 Now on KQED! Revolutionaries, the 12-part interview series produced by the Computer History Museum, in association with KQED Silicon Valley, returns for a third season. The series airs on KQED Plus on Tuesdays at 7pm, starting January 21, with an in-depth look at the sailing technology used by the 34th America’s Cup winners Oracle Team USA. The series features intriguing conversations with renowned Silicon Valley leaders and innovators with valuable insights into the process, risks, and rewards of technological innovation.

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OPENSPACE | Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
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Your Preserves - Los Trancos Los Trancos Open Space Preserve is a 274-acre area located in the Santa Cruz Mountains above Palo Alto. This is an ideal spot to learn about earthquake geology. The San Andreas Fault, one of the world's longest and most active faults, splits the preserve. Enjoy the 1.5-mile self-guided tour the San Andreas Fault Trail. Los Trancos Open Space Preserve is situated at about 2,000 feet and always has fresh air scented with pungent bay leaves, sweet grass, and damp woods. Your Preserves - Los Trancos
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