Why Silicon Valley Will Continue To RuleMedium

New York Times Columns (Sunday Business Section)
Prototype – Kicking Reality Up a Notch, New York Times
Prototype – Location, Location: It Still Pays to Be Near, New York Times
Prototype – A Web That Speaks Your Language, New York Times
Prototype – Software That Monitors Children’s Virtual Playgrounds, New York Times
Prototype – Try, Try Again, or Maybe Not, New York Times
Prototype – Running a Business After Doing Time, New York Times
Prototype – Cell Phones as Credit Cards? Americans Must Wait, New York Times
Prototype – The Comics Are Feeling the Pain of Print, New York Times
Prototype – Lessons of Survival, From the Dot-Com Attic, New York Times
Prototype – If No One Sees It, Is It an Invention? New York Times
Prototype – We’ll Fill This Space, But First a Nap, New York Times

Other Articles for General Readers
Time-Lapse Reality, an essay on biography for
Tracing Silicon Valley’s Roots, San Francisco Chronicle
How the Valley Start-Up was Invented, San Jose Mercury News
Robert Noyce and the Tunnel Diode + Finding Noyce’s Notebook, IEEE Spectrum
Go Off and Do Something Wonderful, Core
Why Noyce Matters, Computing Unplugged
The Microchip Turns 50: Lessons for Innovators
Apple Through The Years, San Francisco Chronicle
When Steve Jobs Was a “Joker,” Bloomberg Echoes

Academic Articles
Draper Gaither and Anderson: First Venture Capital Firm in Silicon Valley, Making the American Century: Studies in 20th Century Culture, Politics, and Economy
Robert Noyce and Fairchild Semiconductor, 1957-1968, Business History Review