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Hyperloop's first priority is local runs, not Elon Musk's S.F.-L.A. original idea

SILICON VALLEY—Rocketing commuters between Los Angeles and San Francisco isn’t the first run expected by top executives working on Elon Musk's hyperloop idea Hyperloop One is planning to prove it can move freight first, and then people,...Show More Summary

America's Sweetheart Susan Lucci Opens Up About Love, Fans and the Little Boy Who Won Her Heart

Growing up I would run home from school, throw down my books and enter the magical world of All My Children's Pine Valley. My favorite character along with millions of other fans was Erica Kane played by Susan Lucci. Erica was a complex...Show More Summary

Hemmings Musclepalooza XXIII thunders into Lebanon Valley Dragway this Sunday

2 days agoVehicles / Cars :

Last fall’s Musclepalooza XXII. Photos by Hemmings staff. Summer is so close we can just about smell it, and in the Hemmings offices that’s a sure sign that Musclepalooza is back. The 23rd running of the American muscle-car-only event, now sponsored by Dark Horse Customs, takes place on Sunday, May 29, at Lebanon Valley Dragway […]

Silicon Valley Episode Five: In Praise of Failing Up

Big Head is one of my favorite characters throughout the entire run of Silicon Valley. Unlike, well…. everyone, you can’t hate him, or blame him. Even his ineptitude is OK. Because unlike Richard or Erlich, he doesn’t pretend to be competent. Show More Summary

A year after a violent and costly strike, Baja farm laborers see uneven gains

One year ago, a farm labor strike in this tranquil valley erupted in violence, with police and strawberry pickers clashing in a series of running battles that left government buildings torched, laborers bloodied and dozens of people arrested. When the hail of rocks and rubber-bullets ceased, negotiations...

Does the Road to Character Run Through Silicon Valley?

The HBO show draws us in with deeper questions about power and morals. In the pilot of the hit show Silicon Valley, low-level programmer Richard Hendricks (portrayed by Thomas Middleditch) accidentally creates a file-compression algorithm that could revolutionize the digital landscape. Show More Summary

Softball: Freshman Jordyn VanHook hits home run onto Valley Circle Blvd. to give ECR win

Let's hope someone retrieved the softball hit over the fence at El Camino Real High School on Monday afternoon, because it needs to be put into a display case. Freshman Jordyn VanHook delivered a spectacular two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning that landed onto Valley Circle Blvd....

Silicon Valley Recap: Laurie Bream, Professional Badass

A thread of cunning self-preservation runs through this week's Silicon Valley, forcing our heroes to make unexpected, surprising choices. Writer Donick Cary's well-structured script lays the groundwork for the next arc of episodes, forging unlikely partnerships between characters while unearthing new uses for the blind, coincidental luck that has plagued ... More »

Beyond beanbags: How to build a sustainable, mission-driven company culture

This article is part of DBA, a series on Mashable about running a business that features insights from leaders in entrepreneurship, venture capital and management. To the outside observer, Silicon Valley is filled with daily catered lunches and in-house masseuses. Show More Summary

Chris Sacca on Silicon Valley's 'White Dude' Problem

Chris Sacca, founder of Lowercase Capital, explains why there's a lot of money to be made by companies run by minority and women founders.

CA: VTA's Big Question: Should Buses Run More Like Airplanes, Serving Only Popular Routes?

May 05--SAN JOSE -- Hop on the Line 13 for a 35-minute journey into South San Jose and you'll find a vastly different Valley Transportation Authority experience than you will on more popular corridors. Driver Belinda Vestal greets regulars

It's an ?IoT world: The big shift to intelligent devices

Next week's 'IoTworld' conference promises to be the new hot spot in Silicon Valley, revitalizing an 'app' culture that has mostly run out of steam.

Modders Are Adding New Locations To Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley is a game about two opposing yet complimentary forces: routine and discovery. What happens, though, when you run out of things to discover? Why, you build more, of course. Read more...

Baseball: Capistrano Valley gets victory No. 700 for Coach Bob Zamora

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

It took 10 innings on Monday, but Capistrano Valley High finally got to celebrate victory No. 700 in the illustrious coaching career of Bob Zamora. Zak Herbers scored the winning run in the bottom of the 10th on an error to give Capistrano Valley a 3-2 win over Trabuco Hills. Zamora, in his 39th...

Book: Back from the Dead

I read Bill Walton‘s autobiography Back from the Dead on Saturday after my long run. It was a good one and does a great job of capturing a complicated life filled with super high peaks and extremely low valleys. I was into basketball as a pre-teen. Show More Summary

Apple’s Historic Run Ends but Not Its Dominance

What does it mean to be in decline when you’re the second-biggest company in the world? Just ask Apple.  Forty percent of Silicon Valley’s revenue last year belonged to the tech giant; that's a tidy $235 billion—a number somewhere between the GDP of Chile and Finland. Show More Summary

Silicon Valley Ep. 3.1: 'Decacorn'

"You've created a company that is too valuable for you to run. You should feel good about that." [ more › ]

These are the geeks who run our world: So why is “Silicon Valley” just another workplace comedy?

As HBO's start-up comedy starts its third season, it remains funny and sharp—but not essential, like it should be

CA: Light Rail Train in San Jose Runs Over Man on the Tracks, Killing Him

April 19--A man was killed Monday afternoon after a Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority light-rail train struck him in San Jose, police said. The pedestrian was walking on the tracks for unknown reasons near North Capitol Avenue and Gimel

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