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Tech tourism: 10 great geek destinations


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Tech tourism: 10 great geek destinations
Tech tourism: 10 great geek destinations - CNN.com
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Tech tourism: 10 great geek destinations
Tech tourism: 10 great geek destinations - CNN.com
I visited the original Apple Store in Cupertino back in the 1993 time-frame. I don't live anywhere near California...so it was definitely a trip to get there.

That was well BEFORE there were any Apple retail stores like there are today...so it was VERY special to visit the one & only Apple Store back then!

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Ive been to the original apple store too, didn't think it was anything to special.

Also Worked at the microsoft redmond location right out of college. loved washington!!
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