Introduction to Local Area Resources
SLAC 1 Oct 1994
This page is under construction.
Following are some local resources, especially for those new to SLAC.
Areas treated are "On the Peninsula," "In San Francisco," "In San Jose,"
"In the Bay Area," and "Other Information Sources."
On the Peninsula
- Just Off Campus
- Some Stanford University pointers to nearby and regional resources.
- Palo Alto
- The City of Palo Alto's demonstration home page.
- Palo Alto Weekly
- A local newspaper, now online. Published Wednesdays and Fridays.
- Palo Alto Medical Foundation with missions in medical care,
research, and education.
- San Carlos
- The City of San Carlos's home page.
- The City of Sunnyvale's home page.
- Home page of Silicon Valley Public Access Link, a non-profit
volunteer organization working to bring Internet access to the South Bay
In San Francisco
- WWW server for this museum of science, art, and human
- The online offerings of a magazine to "illuminate the roots,
issues and possible destiny of the emerging digital culture."
In San Jose
- San Jose
- Information about the city government of San Jose (via SV-PAL).
- The Tech
- The Tech Museum of Innovation to explore today's high-tech,
(Formerly known as The Garage.)
In the Bay Area
- The experimental home page of the Association of Bay Area
- Home page of the University of California, Berkeley.
- Current Earthquake Map
- Preliminary USGS data for local earthquakes in the last 72 hours.
- Smart Valley
- Home page for Smart Valley, Inc., a non-profit organization
to create an
electronic community in the San Francisco Bay Area.
- Transit Information
- Transit information from airport services through CalTrain and
ridesharing to the West Berkeley Electric Bus...
Yahoo on the Bay Area
- Regional WWW hot list for the Bay Area by
Other Information Sources
You may also find the following informative:
Santa Cruz County and the
University of California, Santa Cruz,
Virtual Tourist - California.
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This page evolved from discussion among several SLAC WWW Wizards.