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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
August 29-September 4, 2002

Cover Story: Geek Love
Pow! Beep! Behind the screens at the Valley's invasion of science fiction and retro gaming fanatics.


News: Life-Swapping
In economically difficult times, people use the Internet to revive the age-old art of bartering.

Public Eye: Santana Road fire investigation; Joe Simitian's There Oughta Be a Law campaign.

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Biter: The Truth is Out ... There.

Work: Blocklisted.

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Stark Raving Joan: A Spanish queen takes revenge on her philandering consort in maddening 'Mad Love.'

Ocean View: De Niro plays by the book in 'City by the Sea.'

Hokey 'Château': Two American nimrods inherit a castle; a laugh or two ensues.

Haw Dot Haw: 'feardotcom' shows the day the Internet turned mean.

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Soul to Soul: Oakland's Goapele sings of love and revolution.

A Broadband Apart: The sonic geeks of KFJC's 'Midnight Voicejail' bring you 'that Sept. 11 show.'

Aural Fixation: Traditional country guitar slinger Jesse Dayton is a Lone Star on the rise.

All Shook Down: Camper Van Beethoven reunites, and it feels so good.

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Manresa Time: High-style Los Gatos eatery breaks new culinary ground.


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