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The Record
High-tech cars bring Detroit, Silicon Valley face to facePALO ALTO, Calif. — The office has all the trappings of a high-tech startup. Th
High-tech cars bring Detroit, Silicon Valley face to face
The Record / Posted 44 minutes ago
PALO ALTO, Calif. — The office has all the trappings of a high-tech startup. There's a giant beanbag in the foyer and erasable, white board walls for brainstorming. Someone's pet dog lounges happily on the sunny balcony. Welcome to the Palo Alto... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Superb Shasta win highlights Week Zero gamesIt may be called Week Zero, but don’t associate the name with a lack of importa
Superb Shasta win highlights Week Zero games
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 56 minutes ago
It may be called Week Zero, but don’t associate the name with a lack of importance. A full slate of games happened Friday on the Xtra Point. It was a new year for Shasta, and it came with a new head coach. Aaron gingery is out after 12 seasons at... Read more
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The Lake County Record-Bee
Northern California golf courses fighting for their livesIt was 40 years ago that I relocated from the Midwest and moved to Northern Cal
Northern California golf courses fighting for their lives
The Lake County Record-Bee / Posted an hour ago
It was 40 years ago that I relocated from the Midwest and moved to Northern California. I spent the first five years in the San Francisco area and for the past 35 years I have resided within the beautiful confines of Lake County. Sad to say, but it... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
Friday's statewide scoresFriday's High School Football Scores CLASS 6A Midland 28, Keller 35 Allen 48
Friday's statewide scores
The Victoria Advocate / Posted an hour ago
Friday's High School Football Scores CLASS 6A Midland 28, Keller 35 Allen 48, Denton Guyer 16 Amarillo 35, Amarillo Palo Duro 7 Arlington 57, Duncanville 37 Austin Bowie 17, Pflugerville 7 Austin High 44, Round Rock McNeil 37 Austin Westlake... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
End Zone Scores - Week 1 - FridayWelcome to the first Friday night football for this season! Here are your score
End Zone Scores - Week 1 - Friday
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 3 hours ago
Welcome to the first Friday night football for this season! Here are your scores for Week 1 Friday games. Post 25 Abernathy 0 New Home Amherst (Postponed 1 p.m. Sat.) Plains 0 Bovina 59 Seagraves 26 Cedar Hill Trinity 16 Tulia 7 Clarendon... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Transfers will help PSU lineKevin Reihner was an all-state scholastic offensive lineman in the heart of Pen
Transfers will help PSU line
Altoona Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
Kevin Reihner was an all-state scholastic offensive lineman in the heart of Penn State Nation. Not only that, his father was a Nittany Lion lineman in the 1970s before going on for a stint in the NFL. Even his uncle was a kicker for Joe Paterno. It... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
South Bay mayors band together to improve Silicon Valley trafficRelated Stories The mayors from nine South Bay cities are teaming up to addres
South Bay mayors band together to improve Silicon Valley traffic
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 5 hours ago
Related Stories The mayors from nine South Bay cities are teaming up to address a problem that affects all of their constituents: traffic in Silicon Valley. Leaders from Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Saratoga, Cupertino, Palo Alto, Campbell, Los Altos,... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Palo Alto entity buys $47.5 million Belvedere mansionA view of the San Francisco skyline from Locksley Hall in Belvedere. The mansio
Palo Alto entity buys $47.5 million Belvedere mansion
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 7 hours ago
A view of the San Francisco skyline from Locksley Hall in Belvedere. The mansion sold for $47.5 million. Vince Valdes photo The entity listed as new owner of a $47.5 million Belvedere mansion shares a Silicon Valley office suite address with others... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Santa Cruz County median home price $750,000 in July; million-dollar sales upSANTA CRUZ >> Home sales in Santa Cruz County in July were as hot as the weathe
Santa Cruz County median home price $750,000 in July; million-dollar sales up
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 7 hours ago
SANTA CRUZ >> Home sales in Santa Cruz County in July were as hot as the weather. There were 225 sales, 22 percent selling for more than $1 million, and the median price — the midpoint of what sold — at $750,000, close to April’s $755,000 peak,... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Police Say Man Tried to Lure Kids Into CarPolice are looking for a man who allegedly harassed two middle school students
Police Say Man Tried to Lure Kids Into Car
NBC Bay Area / Posted 7 hours ago
Police are looking for a man who allegedly harassed two middle school students as they were walking along a Palo Alto street Thursday evening. At 6:28 p.m., police dispatchers received a call from the parent of a child reporting a suspicious... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Q&A: Commercial realtor Jim Ellis, on the office-space boomThese days, Jim Ellis and the realty firm he heads, Ellis Partners, seem to be
Q&A: Commercial realtor Jim Ellis, on the office-space boom
Silicon Valley / Posted 8 hours ago
These days, Jim Ellis and the realty firm he heads, Ellis Partners, seem to be everywhere, key players in the most robust development markets of the Bay Area. Jack London Square in Oakland, which is undergoing a $400 million revival and renovation;... Read more
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ArenaFan
Pro Football's first female official honored by AFL (Pro Football's first female official honored by AFL Friday August 28, 2015 LA
Pro Football's first female official honored by AFL (
ArenaFan / Posted 8 hours ago
Pro Football's first female official honored by AFL Friday August 28, 2015 LAS VEGAS - When you're around Terri Valenti, you realize that she is neither attempting to be known as a trailblazer, nor afraid of what that term means. She's a mother to... Read more
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The Daily Reckoning
What a Dozen Cable Hacks Tell You About Stocks Right Now‘The attacker struck close to midnight, climbing into a manhole at the mouth of
What a Dozen Cable Hacks Tell You About Stocks Right Now
The Daily Reckoning / Posted 8 hours ago
‘The attacker struck close to midnight, climbing into a manhole at the mouth of California’s Niles Canyon and slicing a series of cables that collectively carried billions of bits of Internet data…’ — Wall Street Journal If you know anything about... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Magid: Damaged MacBook Air finds a happy endingI learned the hard way that, unlike Obamacare, AppleCare doesn't cover pre-exis
Magid: Damaged MacBook Air finds a happy ending
The Fremont Argus / Posted 8 hours ago
I learned the hard way that, unlike Obamacare, AppleCare doesn't cover pre-existing conditions or accidental damage. In March, I spilled coffee on the keyboard of my 13-inch MacBook Air. I immediately turned it off and then turned it upside down to... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Splunk agrees to big lease in San Jose's Santana RowSAN JOSE -- Splunk will open a big new research and office center in San Jose's
Splunk agrees to big lease in San Jose's Santana Row
Inside Bay Area / Posted 8 hours ago
SAN JOSE -- Splunk will open a big new research and office center in San Jose's Santana Row complex, city and company officials said Friday, a move that signals the software company's decision to expand to San Jose rather than seek larger offices in... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Damaged MacBook Air finds a happy endingI learned the hard way that, unlike Obamacare, AppleCare doesn't cover pre-exis
Damaged MacBook Air finds a happy ending
Silicon Valley / Posted 9 hours ago
I learned the hard way that, unlike Obamacare, AppleCare doesn't cover pre-existing conditions or accidental damage. In March, I spilled coffee on the keyboard of my 13-inch MacBook Air. I immediately turned it off and then turned it upside down to... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Picking up the pieces in BoholRizal statue sans legs in Loon’s plaza. PHOTOS BY LH FRANCIA NEW YORK CITY — B
Picking up the pieces in Bohol
Inquirier.net / Posted 9 hours ago
Rizal statue sans legs in Loon’s plaza. PHOTOS BY LH FRANCIA NEW YORK CITY — Before leaving Tacloban for Tagbilaran, I managed to visit the nearby coastal town of Dulag (population 48,000), facing Leyte Gulf. (Some residents have argued that it was... Read more
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KHSL Chico-Redding
Man accused of killing, cooking ex's dog found guiltyA Palo Cedro man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend’s dog and then feeding he
Man accused of killing, cooking ex's dog found guilty
KHSL Chico-Redding / Posted 9 hours ago
A Palo Cedro man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend’s dog and then feeding her the remains has been found guilty on seven criminal charges. A Shasta County jury found Ryan Watenpaugh guilty of felony domestic violence, stalking, felony animal... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
Palo Alto police seek man who harassed middle school studentsRelated Stories PALO ALTO, Calif. (BCN) -- Police are looking for a man who al
Palo Alto police seek man who harassed middle school students
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 10 hours ago
Related Stories PALO ALTO, Calif. (BCN) -- Police are looking for a man who allegedly harassed two middle school students as they were walking along a Palo Alto street Thursday evening. At 6:28 p.m., police dispatchers received a call from the... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Q&A: Commercial realtor Jim Ellis, on the office-space boomThese days, Jim Ellis and the realty firm he heads, Ellis Partners, seem to be
Q&A: Commercial realtor Jim Ellis, on the office-space boom
The Fremont Argus / Posted 12 hours ago
These days, Jim Ellis and the realty firm he heads, Ellis Partners, seem to be everywhere, key players in the most robust development markets of the Bay Area. Jack London Square in Oakland, which is undergoing a $400 million revival and renovation;... Read more
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The Mercury News
Q&A: Commercial realtor Jim Ellis, on the office-space boomThese days, Jim Ellis and the realty firm he heads, Ellis Partners, seem to be
Q&A: Commercial realtor Jim Ellis, on the office-space boom
The Mercury News / Posted 12 hours ago
These days, Jim Ellis and the realty firm he heads, Ellis Partners, seem to be everywhere, key players in the most robust development markets of the Bay Area. Jack London Square in Oakland, which is undergoing a $400 million revival and renovation;... Read more
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Mountain View Voice
Simitian proposes cap on BART fundingThe 2016 election is still more than a year away, but Santa Clara County offici
Simitian proposes cap on BART funding
Mountain View Voice / Posted 12 hours ago
The 2016 election is still more than a year away, but Santa Clara County officials are already testing the waters for a new 30-year sales tax measure to relieve traffic congestion severely clogs Bay Area highways, expressways and city streets. And... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Q&A: Commercial realtor Jim Ellis, on the office-space boomThese days, Jim Ellis and the realty firm he heads, Ellis Partners, seem to be
Q&A: Commercial realtor Jim Ellis, on the office-space boom
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 13 hours ago
These days, Jim Ellis and the realty firm he heads, Ellis Partners, seem to be everywhere, key players in the most robust development markets of the Bay Area. Jack London Square in Oakland, which is undergoing a $400 million revival and renovation;... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Q&A: Commercial realtor Jim Ellis, on Bay Area's office-space boomThese days, Jim Ellis and the realty firm he heads, Ellis Partners, seem to be
Q&A: Commercial realtor Jim Ellis, on Bay Area's office-space boom
Silicon Valley / Posted 13 hours ago
These days, Jim Ellis and the realty firm he heads, Ellis Partners, seem to be everywhere, key players in the most robust development markets of the Bay Area. Jack London Square in Oakland, which is undergoing a $400 million revival and renovation;... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Palo Alto: Police warn parents about man making inappropriate comments to studentsPALO ALTO -- Police are warning parents to be aware of a man who reportedly mad
Palo Alto: Police warn parents about man making inappropriate comments to students
Oakland Tribune / Posted 13 hours ago
PALO ALTO -- Police are warning parents to be aware of a man who reportedly made inappropriate comments Thursday evening to two middle-school students who were walking on Middlefield Road. The kids, a boy and girl, both 12, were walking together in... Read more
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The Mercury News
Police warn parents of man making inappropriate comments to studentsPALO ALTO -- Police are warning parents to be aware of a man who reportedly mad
Police warn parents of man making inappropriate comments to students
The Mercury News / Posted 13 hours ago
PALO ALTO -- Police are warning parents to be aware of a man who reportedly made inappropriate comments Thursday evening to two middle-school students who were walking on Middlefield Road. The kids, a boy and girl, both 12, were walking together in... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Trump doesn’t compare to Reagan, or SchwarzeneggerLet’s take a break from such taxing matters as gasoline and tobacco and talk ab
Trump doesn’t compare to Reagan, or Schwarzenegger
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 hours ago
Let’s take a break from such taxing matters as gasoline and tobacco and talk about a political commodity equally as toxic and combustible – Donald Trump. The frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination – words I never imagined typing –... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Police: Man in car accosts middle-school students in Palo AltoPalo Alto police are searching for a man who allegedly pulled up in a car next
Police: Man in car accosts middle-school students in Palo Alto
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 14 hours ago
Palo Alto police are searching for a man who allegedly pulled up in a car next to two middle school students Thursday evening and made inappropriate comments while trying to get them to come closer to his car. Two 12-year-old children, one girl and... Read more
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Mountain View Voice
In city's new wage law, a modest proposalThe regional wave toward a higher minimum wage this week swept through Palo Alt
In city's new wage law, a modest proposal
Mountain View Voice / Posted 14 hours ago
The regional wave toward a higher minimum wage this week swept through Palo Alto, where city officials set aside their differences and happily united behind a law setting the local rate at $11 an hour, topping Mountain View's current rate of... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Downtown Palo Alto post office to stay put — for nowU.S. Postal Service officials have nixed plans to move the downtown Palo Alto p
Downtown Palo Alto post office to stay put — for now
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 15 hours ago
U.S. Postal Service officials have nixed plans to move the downtown Palo Alto post office to a building on the corner of Addison Avenue and busy Alma Street, Tom Samra, facilities vice president, said in a letter to Mayor Karen Holman dated Aug.... Read more
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FOX News
2 sons, 1 kidney: Mother donates organ to friend’s son suffering from same disease as her ownFrom the day Jessica DeDio learned her son’s kidneys would one day fail due to
2 sons, 1 kidney: Mother donates organ to friend’s son suffering from same disease as her own
FOX News / Posted 15 hours ago
From the day Jessica DeDio learned her son’s kidneys would one day fail due to a rare disease he was diagnosed with as a child, she’d tended to her health so she could donate her own. DeDio and her son, Bailey, found solace in that idea, but when... Read more
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Business Insurance
Risk management software firm names CEORisk management software provider Ventiv Technology Inc., London, has named Ste
Risk management software firm names CEO
Business Insurance / Posted 16 hours ago
Risk management software provider Ventiv Technology Inc., London, has named Stephen Rhee as its CEO. Mr. Rhee previously was Ventiv’s chief operating officer. He will replace Kathy Burns, who will join Ventiv’s board of directors, Ventiv said... Read more
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ABC News
Facebook Milestones Through the YearsEleven years later, the Facebook CEO celebrated a milestone: One billion people
Facebook Milestones Through the Years
ABC News / Posted 16 hours ago
Eleven years later, the Facebook CEO celebrated a milestone: One billion people -- that's 1 in 7 people on Earth -- logged onto the site in a single day this week. "When we talk about our financials, we use average numbers, but this is different.... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Buckets of changesAfter prepping a meal, Laura Woodrow snaps down the lids of her kitchen pail, s
Buckets of changes
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 16 hours ago
After prepping a meal, Laura Woodrow snaps down the lids of her kitchen pail, sealing in her food scraps. This countertop container allows her to gather her compostable waste inside before adding it to the larger green bin she hauls to the... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Palo Alto residents adapt to new food-scrap collection programAfter prepping a meal, Laura Woodrow snaps down the lids of her kitchen pail, s
Palo Alto residents adapt to new food-scrap collection program
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 16 hours ago
After prepping a meal, Laura Woodrow snaps down the lids of her kitchen pail, sealing in her food scraps. This countertop container allows her to gather her compostable waste inside before adding it to the larger green bin she hauls to the... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Apple, Stanford, Defense Dept. among investors in flexible electronics initiativeIf government, academic and industry leaders have their way, Silicon Valley wil
Apple, Stanford, Defense Dept. among investors in flexible electronics initiative
Inside Bay Area / Posted 16 hours ago
If government, academic and industry leaders have their way, Silicon Valley will soon become ground zero for a new kind of technology -- flexible electronics. The technology, which has been years in development, allows sensors and chips to be... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Apple, Stanford, Defense Dept. among investors in flexible electronics initiativeIf government, academic and industry leaders have their way, Silicon Valley wil
Apple, Stanford, Defense Dept. among investors in flexible electronics initiative
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 17 hours ago
If government, academic and industry leaders have their way, Silicon Valley will soon become ground zero for a new kind of technology -- flexible electronics. The technology, which has been years in development, allows sensors and chips to be... Read more
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The Daily Review
Rave review sends Tesla shares acceleratingToday: Consumer Reports gushes over Tesla's zippy P85D electric car, calling it
Rave review sends Tesla shares accelerating
The Daily Review / Posted 17 hours ago
Today: Consumer Reports gushes over Tesla's zippy P85D electric car, calling it the best car the magazine has ever tested, sending Tesla stock up more than 8 percent. Also, Apple announces an event Sept. 9 where it's expected to unveil a new iPhone,... Read more
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San Jose Mercury News
Rave review sends Tesla shares acceleratingToday: Consumer Reports gushes over Tesla's zippy P85D electric car, calling it
Rave review sends Tesla shares accelerating
San Jose Mercury News / Posted 17 hours ago
Today: Consumer Reports gushes over Tesla's zippy P85D electric car, calling it the best car the magazine has ever tested, sending Tesla stock up more than 8 percent. Also, Apple announces an event Sept. 9 where it's expected to unveil a new iPhone,... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Stanford University Title IX coordinator to step downCatherine Criswell, Stanford University's Title IX coordinator and a former lon
Stanford University Title IX coordinator to step down
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 17 hours ago
Catherine Criswell, Stanford University's Title IX coordinator and a former longtime U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights attorney, is leaving her post at the university after a little more than a year on the job, the university... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Eshoo's big challengeYEAH!!!! We are on the right track. Everyone in Santa Clara County is behind Re
Eshoo's big challenge
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 17 hours ago
YEAH!!!! We are on the right track. Everyone in Santa Clara County is behind Rep. Eshoo. Please include Joe Simitian since he has to interact with the Santa Clara County Supervisors which are heavily based in San Jose. The San Jose Airport has... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
In city's new wage law, a modest proposalThe regional wave toward a higher minimum wage this week swept through Palo Alt
In city's new wage law, a modest proposal
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 17 hours ago
The regional wave toward a higher minimum wage this week swept through Palo Alto, where city officials set aside their differences and happily united behind a law setting the local rate at $11 an hour. For the council, the decision was a political... Read more
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KLIV 1590 Silicon Valley News
Silicon Valley is heeding Governor Brown’s mandate to conserve waterThe governor’s mandate to conserve water by 25 percent is being answered by man
Silicon Valley is heeding Governor Brown’s mandate to conserve water
KLIV 1590 Silicon Valley News / Posted 18 hours ago
The governor’s mandate to conserve water by 25 percent is being answered by many customers in Silicon Valley. According to the State Water Resources Control Board monthly water conservation report, Menlo Park led the area in conserving water by... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Pacifica artist sculpts big sound in San Francisco shipyardsubmitted photo "Bay View Horn" by Jerry Ross Barrish sings out a blazing note
Pacifica artist sculpts big sound in San Francisco shipyard
The Fremont Argus / Posted 18 hours ago
submitted photo "Bay View Horn" by Jerry Ross Barrish sings out a blazing note of restoration in San Francisco's Hunters Point Shipyard. In San Francisco's Bayview-Hunters Point community, there is a history of ships and art and determination. In... Read more
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The Daily Review
Pacifica artist sculpts big sound in San Francisco shipyardsubmitted photo "Bay View Horn" by Jerry Ross Barrish sings out a blazing note
Pacifica artist sculpts big sound in San Francisco shipyard
The Daily Review / Posted 19 hours ago
submitted photo "Bay View Horn" by Jerry Ross Barrish sings out a blazing note of restoration in San Francisco's Hunters Point Shipyard. In San Francisco's Bayview-Hunters Point community, there is a history of ships and art and determination. In... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Palo Alto: City seeks bids for studies of airplane noiseAug. 27--PALO ALTO -- The City Council voted Monday to request proposals from c
Palo Alto: City seeks bids for studies of airplane noise
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 19 hours ago
Aug. 27--PALO ALTO -- The City Council voted Monday to request proposals from consultants who would analyze air traffic patterns from September 2003 to June to identify the shift toward concentrated, low-altitude flights and recommend ways to reduce... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Apple, Stanford, Defense Dept. among investors in flexible electronics initiativeIf government, academic and industry leaders have their way, Silicon Valley wil
Apple, Stanford, Defense Dept. among investors in flexible electronics initiative
Silicon Valley / Posted 19 hours ago
If government, academic and industry leaders have their way, Silicon Valley will soon become ground zero for a new kind of technology -- flexible electronics. The technology, which has been years in development, allows sensors and chips to be... Read more
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San Jose Mercury News
Apple, Stanford, Defense Dept. among investors in flexible electronics initiativeIf government, academic and industry leaders have their way, Silicon Valley wil
Apple, Stanford, Defense Dept. among investors in flexible electronics initiative
San Jose Mercury News / Posted 19 hours ago
If government, academic and industry leaders have their way, Silicon Valley will soon become ground zero for a new kind of technology -- flexible electronics. The technology, which has been years in development, allows sensors and chips to be... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Pacifica artist sculpts big sound in San Francisco shipyardsubmitted photo "Bay View Horn" by Jerry Ross Barrish sings out a blazing note
Pacifica artist sculpts big sound in San Francisco shipyard
Oakland Tribune / Posted 19 hours ago
submitted photo "Bay View Horn" by Jerry Ross Barrish sings out a blazing note of restoration in San Francisco's Hunters Point Shipyard. In San Francisco's Bayview-Hunters Point community, there is a history of ships and art and determination. In... Read more
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The New Age
Psychology research is often questionableScientific studies about how people act or think can rarely be replicated by ou
Psychology research is often questionable
The New Age / Posted 20 hours ago
Scientific studies about how people act or think can rarely be replicated by outside experts, said a study Thursday that raised new questions about the seriousness of psychology research. A team of 270 scientists tried reproducing 100 psychology and... Read more
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