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When discussing innovation in Boston compared to other regions, especially Silicon Valley, one of the rationalizations often stated is the comparative weather. The thought is that people are attracted to the nicer weather in Silicon Valley, leaving behind New England’s winters.

However, this belies that fact the comparative weather between Boston and Silicon Valley has not fundamentally change in decades…

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Last week, I was in Silicon Valley, and had a little bit of free time. So, I visited the Computer History Museum. I attended a talk, and saw the 3 current exhibits, which are briefly describe here. Further material is available by following the links and references.

Earlier, I raised the observation of the need to better celebrate technology, and of the unfortunate emblematic move of the Computer Museum from Boston to Silicon Valley. […]

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