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Silicon Valley Nation: The end of Silicon Valley?

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DadOf3TeenieBoppers
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DadOf3TeenieBoppers   8/27/2012 2:40:59 PM
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The people's republic of Kalifornia has become so hostile to business that Silicon Valley will be moving to friendlier places. Austin, TX, Cary, NC, or Lawrenceville, GA will benefit to the Bay Area's detrement.

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I_B_GREEN   8/22/2012 4:42:50 PM
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YAMER DOES NOT MAKE ANYTHING DO THEY? So they do not need to be in SV

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krh   8/22/2012 4:31:55 AM
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It's all about Education, Motivation, Opportunity and Great Ideas. Does Silicon Valley have folks with DNA that embrace these...heck yes. Does Silicon Valley have the framework to let them scale-up their companies/employment in the Valley...TBD.

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mcgrathdylan   8/20/2012 6:07:02 PM
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I'm not buying it. Silicon Valley is constantly evolving, and at present it may be evolving faster than it has in years past. But dead? No way, no chance.

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