High-Tech Wizardry and Entrepreneurial Witchcraft: What Makes Silicon Valley The World Capital of Innovation? (read my blog post)
What would you do with 48 Hours in Silicon Valley? by Dan Ovsey via Financial Post
It looks like Google has been working on an oversize secret project on San Francisco’s Treasure Island. A water-based data center? Could well be.
Why Silicon Valley Tech Wunderkinds Will Only Ever Have 1 Good Business Idea During Their Entire Lives by Eric Jackson via Forbes, includes 30 Under 30 Photo Gallery courtesy of eBay.
Silicon Valley: The valley of God? – via @globeandmail
Silicon Valley Wary of Reality Series – via NYTimes.com
Palo Alto Deals With Vehicle Dwellers via The Wall Street Journal
Women to Watch: Meet the Women Changing Silicon Valley – by Willow Bay via HuffingtonPost
- This graphical presentation covers the period from the formation of Hewlett Packard in 1938 to the 1971 first appearance of the nickname Silicon Valley in print. Includes a picture of the garage where William Hewlett and David Packard founded Hewlett-Packard Co. in 1939.
A History of Silicon Valley: The Greatest Creation of Wealth in the History of the Planet by Piero Scaruffi and Arun Rao
A Guided History of Silicon Valley: iTunes App: Silicon Valley Roots & Shoots
- iTunes App, an insider’s guide to the companies, people, and products that created this vibrant center of high-tech innovation. More info Tracking down the roots (the pioneers) and shoots (the spin-out companies) of the digital revolution is made easy with this unique guide to over 150 locations and resources in the southern San Francisco Bay Area cities, campuses and industrial parks. Each location has many photos, concise descriptions, maps, and links to additional information.
Age of the Inspired Riff: Learning from the Golden Gate on its 75th via The Wall Street Journal
How To Craft a Winning Startup Pitch [INFOGRAPHIC] – by Erica Swallow via Forbes
TechWomen Canada held in Silicon Valley, California, May 21 to May 25, 2012.
It is possible for Silicon Valley to become the meritocracy it claims to be. The first step is to admit that we’re not quite there–yet. Read more
Silicon Valley appears to be the world’s greatest meritocracy. Unless you’re a female entrepreneur trying to raise venture funding. Read more
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