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April 12, 2010


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Very interesting statistics there, especially regarding other language spoken in the home. One would have expected it to have a bias toward Spanish. But it is interesting that in the area of technology it is Indian and Chinese.

This reflects well global trends, which show the Asian population becoming more and more technically advanced than their neighbors.

Robert Rogers, Esq.

It is probably both because of the initial diversity of the Bay Area as well as the draw that the tech companies have internationally. Interesting statistics.

Electronic Cigarette

of course it does. thats what makes technology so great and not so great. If you have a one sides culture on your start up staff, you are going to all have the same outlook on things. If its diversified, you get different angles, approaches, ideas, etc

great post


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