More seriously, the Bay Area no longer looks like a tech hub. I remember in the 90s, when I lived there, wherever I drove around Santa Clara, Milpitas or Sunnyvale, a company that I may have read about or whose ad I may have seen in BYTE or PC Magazine would suddenly pop out of nowhere. That's what would scream out tech to me. If you drove up the Bayshore Freeway near Lawrence Expressway, you could see the S3 headquarters and Microcenter right from the freeway.
Microcenter closed a while ago - they always seemed pretty empty when I went there - I think internet shopping really took it's toll on that type of business and there was already Fry's as an entrenched competitor pretty close by.
I never really noticed S3.
But the building that has KPMG shares that space with Broadcom.
The next tower has CA technologies and then one next to that is Sophos.
And a little farther south-east you can see Intel.
Across the highway from KPMG is Ericsson and (soon) AMD.
Between KPMG and Microcenter are EMC and Intel Security (I think Yahoo was in one of those buildings too a while ago) I'm not sure that those names are actually visible from 101 though.
If you go off on some of the sidestreets near there you see lots and lots of other tech companies. nVidia has big construction a mile away, Apple's spaceship is only a few miles. Those I think are bigger names now. Some are still around that I think were bigger names years ago - like namco or applied materials.
But all in all, I find it still looks very much the tech hub.