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[21 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
San Jose Bike Party is not your typical Silicon Valley cycling group Every third Friday, hundreds — and sometimes thousands — of participants gather to partake in a cycling tour of San Jose that hopes to shed a new light on the suburban landscape of Silicon Valley’s largest city.

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[21 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
OpenStreetMap Founder Steve Coast charts new territory at Telenav Steve Coast is the founder of OpenStreetMap, a service that lets anyone map anything in the world for free. He now works as the head of OSM at location-based technology company Telenav, Inc. in Sunnyvale.

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[20 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Prized PEZessions: Burlingame shop a mecca for toy collectors The Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia began as a computer store nearly 20 years ago but is now a mecca for PEZ collectors. It also features banned toys and the world’s largest PEZ dispensing machine.

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[18 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
How is the landscape of commuting changing? Census data shows the national average for commuting is a reasonable 25.5 minutes. But that’s not the case for all. As changing technologies shift the working world, what’s happening to the daily commute?

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[17 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Scarcity of Silicon Valley work visas affecting Canadian entrepreneurs In Silicon Valley — a global hub for technology — many want to move here to fulfill their dreams. However, tightened U.S. regulations are not making it easy to get a visa.

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[17 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Stanford-designed cooling glove is ‘huge part of the recovery puzzle’ for athletes Stanford biologists Craig Heller and Dennis Grahn created the first generation of the cooling glove in 2000, after years of research on thermoregulation. Today, athletes continue to use the technology.

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[16 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Football more than a game to players who know the damage of concussions What was first thought to be minor headaches has emerged into a serious problem for athletes who play contact sports. Stanford’s Anthony Wilkerson reflects on concussions in football.