by Patricia Gallot-Lavallée

You are about to go and visit the great great great petridish that the bay area is? You work in New Technologies? in interaction? You are visiting S.F. for a business trip or a prospective trip? You are just a passionate tech person on vacations? You want to find out how to visit Googleland? To find super geek merchandise? To meet the right people? Get a whole different point of view of the city? Well, this guide is for you.

This is the eBook I needed when I went on my intellectual trip to the Silicon Valley, so I wrote it.

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12 € eBook, released in november 2008, PDF reader required, 57 pages with a few illustrations, just for the fun. Challenge to readers included. Paypal secured transaction.

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Readers reviews

I live in S.F. and I didn't even know about some of things in this book! Considering how much Patricia dug up about my own hometown, I can't wait to see what she digs up for Paris. Leslie Chicoine –

A new guide, professionnal tourism, useful, fun, a different vision of SF. Well done! Nathalie Magniez,

I spent a month in S.F. last year, I can't help thinking about how different my trip would have been if I had read Patricia's intellectual tourist guide before. That's for sure a must-have: trivial details and ideas galore…. I really enjoyed myself while reading…. Burning Man, Toasmasters and Yelp have become my favorites virtual tours and moments that I will definitely have to experience next time. Looking forward for next city guide publishing J. Well done! Aude – Wif

Really enjoyed the challenge and the networking part. Wish you'd talked more about setting up a business in the Silicon Valley though. Next book? Thomas Lang,, entrepreneur.

I'm a student and I found the list of global tools available to meet professionals useful. Loved the historical section. J.L.B

The author's personnality and experience makes it a very enjoyable read. N.M.

I have had this book in my hands few months after my first professional trip in the Silicon Valley. I realized I've done the job "not so bad" but I realized too that it could have been more exciting if I had the opportunity to read it before.
Indeed, Patricia is suggesting many practical advice and websites for networking, temporary offices, accomodation... I do also appreciate to learn a bit more about the "silicon" history of the Valley. In few words, this fast funny book will give you tons of relevant ideas to prepare your high-tech trip in San Francisco.
Paul Perdrieu, serial entrepreneur in the Internet industry, currently Co-founder and CEO of