History and Birthplace of “Silicon Valley”

We didn’t know before they started construction. Nobody used to pay attention to San Antonio shopping mall. It was just a residential place more than the shopping mall.
We used to go for the pumpkin patch or Christmas tree lot.
It was the huge empty parking lot with the side street had a sign “Silicon Valley”.
When construction people started building something. Everybody was guessing what it will be.
We knew what it will be but, exactly what kind of office, hotel, cinema.
The scientists and engineers who worked at 391 San Antonio Road in Mountain View, California, laid the technological and cultural foundations for today’s Silicon Valley.

 

http://www.computerhistory.org/events/upcoming/#celebrating-birthplace-silicon-valley

 

 

 

Research Buoy Raises Red Flags About San Francisco Bay’s Health

 

According to the CBS,

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — A research buoy anchored off the San Francisco waterfront is raising red flags when it comes to the levels of carbon dioxide in the air we breath. Once a year, researchers pull the buoy out of the water and analyze the data it has gathered. “So when it comes up, you…

via Research Buoy Raises Red Flags About San Francisco Bay’s Health — CBS San Francisco