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Illustration: Shira Inbar

Into the Valley

Ambivalence.com


Illustrations: Shira Inbar

Into the Valley

Matching pairs


Illustration: Shira Inbar; Photography: Kelsey McClellan.

Into the Valley

The authors discuss sexism, power, and diversity in Silicon Valley


A new development complex in Mountain VIew, CA. The site was formerly home to Shockley Semiconductors, which first brought silicon transistor technology to California. Photography: Preston Gannaway

Into the Valley

Why can’t Silicon Valley build itself a single decent monument?


Visible Figures members Julia Collins and Cheryl Contee, with founder Stephanie Lampkin. Photography: Kelsey McClellan

Into the Valley

Started as a listserv, Visible Figures is a support network for Black women in tech


The Noon Ride attracts dozens of tech workers, venture capitalists, local Olympians, and professional athletes to its weekday rides in Palo Alto. Photography: Nate Abbott

Into the Valley

Elite VC bike rides are giving way to chiller adventures


Starcity’s property at 229 Ellis Street in San Francisco. Rent for Starcity residences varies depending on the location, but generally ranges from $1,000 to $2,300. Photography: Jason Henry

Into the Valley

Some have doubts


A Silicon Valley tech shuttle bus on San Jose Avenue in San Francisco. There are an estimated 1,020 private commuter shuttles
A Silicon Valley tech shuttle bus on San Jose Avenue in San Francisco. There are an estimated 1,020 private commuter shuttles
A Silicon Valley tech shuttle bus on San Jose Avenue in San Francisco. Today, there are an estimated 1,020 private commuter shuttle buses in the Bay Area. Photos: Mark Davis

Into the Valley

1,000 white-collar tech shuttles are stalling Bay Area public transit


Illustrations: Shira Inbar

Into the Valley

OneZero conducted a 10,000-person poll to shed light on the plight of H-1B workers


Photo credits, clockwise from top left: Matt Cosby, Elizabeth Weinberg, Peter Prato, Eirik Johnson and Maddie McGarvey.

Into the Valley

Inside an unprecedented surge of activism in the tech industry

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