Sunnyvale, CA: Technoglyph, 1981. First Edition. Original wraps. 5 1/4 X 8 1/4 Inches. 32 PP. Near Fine. Item #5353
Original premiere issue of Silicon Valley Magazine dated November, 1981. Contents include advertisements, stock quotes and maps of the technology companies in Silicon Valley. Includes cover and two-page employment spread for Supertex (Purchased by Microchip for $394 million in 2014). Three pages maps that include ATARI, Inc., Ford Aerospace, Timex, Microcomputer Systems, Xidex Corporaton (discs), ISS Sperry, Ramtek, Magnuson, BASF, Ampex (audio) and many, many more.
An incredibly scarce recruiting magazine aimed at luring world-class talent to the fertile technology boom happening in the Silicon Valley in the early 80's. Dozens of employment ads for companies trying to attract software designers, engineers and the like. This obvious competition for skilled labor was acknowledged and circumvented by Bill Gates when he moved Microsoft to Bellevue, Washington in 1979. Original pre-paid "bulk rate" postage label to rear cover. Original stapled wraps. OCLC locates "0" copies of this title. SCARCE.