Mapping Silicon Valley's Own Private "iWay"


Mike Isaac - Social - AllThingsD: Mapping Silicon Valley's Own Private "iWay" :

"That’s why many engineers live in the much more hip San Francisco, relying on the private network of shuttle services provided by each of the major tech outfits, which have no issue carting their young, valuable staff back and forth through the 40-mile stretch between the Valley and the City by the Bay."

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