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Letter from Silicon Valley: “This Town Used to Think Big” — The view from Mike Steep's office on Palo Alto's Coyote Hill is one of the greatest in Silicon Valley. Beyond the black and rosewood office furniture, the two large computer monitors, and three Indonesian artifacts to ward off evil spirits, Steep looks out onto a panorama stretching from Redwood City to Santa Clara.
Jan 30, 2015

"Are we really leveraging all that intellectual power & creativity creating Instagram &dating apps?"…

Jan 30, 2015

Letter from Silicon Valley: “This Town Used to Think Big”… Despite hed, a nice measured take.

Jan 30, 2015

Letter from Silicon Valley: “This Town Used to Think Big”… >@TechReview

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MIT Technology Review — U.S. President Barack Obama is proposing to spend $215 million on a "precision medicine" initiative the centerpiece of which will be a national study involving the health records and DNA of one million volunteers, administration officials said yesterday.

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MIT Technology Review — MIT Technology Review is seeking a reporter who can produce regular news stories and occasional features about emerging energy technologies and their economic and policy implications. This person is an aggressive and analytical journalist who can generate original stories and explain technical subjects in lively and jargon-free prose while being diligent about deadlines.
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MIT Technology Review — Stella by Starlight, a hip, quirky restaurant loved by locals, is one of the dozens of businesses in Arnhem, the Netherlands, that accept Bitcoin, as this sign in the window attests.
Jan 28, 2015

RT @techreview: A Weekend in Bitcoin City: Arnhem, the Netherlands By @juskalian

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