IT & Network Infrastructure : A Geek`s Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area
The City by the Bay is known for its picturesquely painted houses, murderously steep hills, charmingly rickety streetcars and famously fickle weathernot to mention infrastructural icons such as the Golden Gate Bridge and Transamerica Tower downtown. However, there is much more to San Francisco than pretty locales and numerous hippies. The city is an epicenter of learning and science, boasting a treasure trove of sights and attractions for the nerdy at heart. In addition to world-class museums sure to delight any geek worth his or her salt, the city offers an eclectic mix of institutions that provide access to curiosities such as the world's largest collection of antique arcade machines, a cartoon art museum and stunning modern architecture by some of the biggest names in the business. While you certainly won't want to miss a ride on the city's famous cable cars or a winding waddle down Lombard Street, the most crooked street in the world, there is much more to delight the geek's senses inside the city and in the surrounding areas, if you just know where to look.