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#1
UK
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This article may be of interest to people looking for something slightly different.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/ar...alifornia.html
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#2
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So, this person visited the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, saw that there were mountains to the west (Santa Cruz Mountains), other mountains a little further away to the east (Diablo Range), so therefore they were between two mountain ranges and thus in a valley, and then started the article with the statement "California's Silicon Valley isn't a valley"? I'm not impressed.
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Joined Jan 2002
You’re right, GENTGEEN….Good journalism is hard to find in 2017, yes?
They think that we’re simply meat with eyes…..
Why worry about accuracy......(?)