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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
June 6-12, 2002

Cover Story: Bright Spots
There's a new technology out there that promises to give our economy a healthy glow again. How come you don't know what it is?

Beam Me Up: Silicon Valley among the first to see bioluminescent light.


News: Arranged Divorce
America's war on terrorism has fueled aggression in the India-Pakistan conflict.

Public Eye: Joe Simitian wants Byron Sher's seat, but doesn't have his backing.

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Notes from the Underbelly: Campbell Observed.

Work: Fanfic of the Damned.

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Scoundrel Time: In 'Maryam,' a suburban girl comes to terms with revolution in her birthplace, Iran.

Life With Zoe: 'Cherish' sentences viewers to house arrest.

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The Solo Life: Raphael Saadiq talks to Todd Inoue about the Tonies, gospeldic music and his new one-man album.

Peep the Technics: Proto Tracks sends the latest club hits to your doorstep.

Aural Fixation: Los Gatos band Trapt signed to Warner Bros. to release album this summer.

All Shook Down: Ten reasons to like KFOG: Dave Morey's 'Ten at Ten'.

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Rand Scheme Of Things: The movie 'Spider-Man' nimbly sidesteps the cranky objectivism of co-creator Steve Ditko.

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Va Va Vivica: Chef Gregory Tom brings new vavoom to a Mountain View hot spot.

Cheap Eats: Smile House serves up tasty traditional Korean dishes.


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