Laurel Canyon in the 1960s

If you want to read more about Laurel Canyon in the 1960's, see this interesting blog by the author of a book on the topic, which has gone through 5 printings since 2006. The name of the canyon comes from the laurel, native of California from Mexico to Oregon, maybe like, the madrone plant. A few years ago there was a movie of the same name, didn't happen to catch it. We found a great Fab Four clip - at the end of the video, it says who it was ripped by. Coming up. Microsoft getting into the human memory management business makes me think it could become part of the next release of Office.


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