How you know you’re in Silicon Valley

Car with geeky bumper sticker

I saw a good example of why I knew I was in Silicon Valley this weekend. This car, in front of me, had a bumper sticker that said, simply:

There's no place like 127.0.0.1

What's worse, is I knew just what it meant. :-)

I'm still trying to figure out, though, why a Gnome was in Montana. Maybe they'll come to Gnomedex? (This was shot on a car outside the hospital in Billings, MT, where my mom was staying).

Gnome car

24 thoughts on “How you know you’re in Silicon Valley

  1. Hello, Darling! I’m localhost!

    I don’t get it. Surely you mean “No place like ~”

    I’ve been away a while

    JonUK

  2. Hello, Darling! I’m localhost!

    I don’t get it. Surely you mean “No place like ~”

    I’ve been away a while

    JonUK

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    (Front): Thank you for calling Technical Support…
    (Back): … Your ignorance is my job security.

  6. My favorite shirt, which I bought from badwool.com :
    (Front): Thank you for calling Technical Support…
    (Back): … Your ignorance is my job security.

  7. I like the shirt that says:

    “There are 10 types of people in the world, those that understand binary and those that don’t.”

  8. GNOME, in this case, is probably short for Genome. As in Human Genome project. Most likely a doctor/scientist of some sort. Plenty of that sort of thing going on in Billings.

  9. GNOME, in this case, is probably short for Genome. As in Human Genome project. Most likely a doctor/scientist of some sort. Plenty of that sort of thing going on in Billings.

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