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America's Next Great Metropolis Is Taking Shape In Texas

The fastest-growing region in the country is a 74-mile corridor anchored at either end by San Antonio and Austin that is coalescing into America's next great 'nerdistan' -- but without Silicon Valley's high prices.
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