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Tech Tourism

Have you heard of “Tech Tourism”? How much interest do you have in touring the following top 10 tech-tourism destinations suggested by CNN?

1. Apple’s headquarter:1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014
2. The American Classic Arcade Museum: 579 Endicott Street North, Laconia, NH 03246
3. Hub of web entrepreneurs, including Twitter: South Park, San Francisco, CA 94107
4. Microsoft’s “corporate campus” (with Microsoft Visitor Center): 15010 NE 36th Street, Redmond, WA 98052
5. Birth place of Facebook: Kirkland House, Cambridge, MA 01238
6. HP Headquarter: 367 Addison Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94309
7. The place for the unofficial debut of iPhone 4: 2615 Broadway Street, Redwood City, CA 94063
8. The Computer History Museum: 1401 N. Shoreline Boulevard, Mountain View, CA 94043
9. The Homebrew Computer Club (a bar, but Apple 1 was named in this place back in the 70s): 241 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA 94025
10. Google founder’s garage: 232 Santa Margarita Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025
Seven of them are in California, one in New Hampshire, one in Massachusetts, and one in Washington, which makes a trip to these top 10 tech-tourism destinations easier. Have I missed any important tech-tourism destinations?

References:
CNN.com: http://tinyurl.com/linchikwok06222010
Picture was downloaded from: http://business-house.net/page/2/

Comments

  1. Could we go in or just take a pic from the outside? LOL

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  2. Thank you for pointing out a good point. A few companies, especially hospitality companies, welcome visitors. That's a PR effort. High tech companies could be different. So, it might be good to make a phone call before the visit.

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