How San Francisco’s hippy explosion shaped the modern world | Culture | The Guardian

This is another article about the V&A exhibit of which I am to be a part this September and though I am quoted twice in the first paragraph my name is never mentioned.

 

You Say You Want a Revolution, the V&A’s new exhibition, explores the birth of late-1960s counterculture that helped spawn Silicon Valley. Alex Needham takes a tour of where it all began, guided by former hippies and subversive visionaries …

Source: How San Francisco’s hippy explosion shaped the modern world | Culture | The Guardian

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