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Palo Alto tries to make 'hackathons' a family affair

Original post made on May 22, 2013

Hackers, designers and Silicon Valley technophiles will flood downtown Palo Alto's most prominent gathering spot with food, music, TED-style talks and gizmos galore on June 1 as part of the city's -- and the nation's -- inaugural festival to celebrate "civic hacking."

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