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Dirk Riehle

Modern computers owe a lot to PARC, the Palo Alto Research Center, and Stanford University. Half-way between Stanford and PARC, you can find this place. It is on Coyote Hill Road in Palo Alto, but it feels like being anywhere except the Silicon Valley.

Before I came here, I thought that the Bay Area is a very rich, densly populated place, brimming with high-tech and modern life. Well, not quite. There are plenty of places like the one displayed here, and large parts of if it feel like any other suburban Strip Mall in the U.S. (See also El Camino Real.)

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