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Witness the Birth of Tech in Valley of the Boom In the 1990s Silicon Valley attracted hordes of inventors, investors, and con artists eager to join the technological revolution. The six-part series Valley of the Boom combines scripted storytelling with documentary interviews to chart the meteoric rise and cataclysmic burst of the dot-com bubble, through the lens of three companies that were trying to change the world with technology. The series pre- mieres on January 13 at 9/8c, on National Geographic. NAT GEO TV NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (ISSN 0027-9358) PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PARTNERS, LLC, 1145 17TH ST. NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036. $39 PER YEAR FOR U.S . DELIVERY, $44.00 TO CANADA, $51.00 TO INTERNATIONAL ADDRESSES. SINGLE ISSUE: $7.00 U.S. DELIVERY, $10.00 CANADA, $15.00 INTERNATIONAL. (ALL PRICES IN U.S. FUNDS; INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING.) PE- RIODICALS POSTAGE PAID AT WASHINGTON, DC, AND ADDITIONAL MAILING OFFICES. POSTMASTER: SEND ADDRESS CHANGES TO NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, PO BOX 37545, BOONE, IA 50037. IN CANADA, AGREEMENT NUMBER 1000010298, RETURN UNDELIVERABLE ADDRESSES TO NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, PO BOX 819 STN MAIN, MARKHAM, ONTARIO L3P 9Z9. UNITED KINGDOM NEWSSTAND PRICE £5.99. REPR. EN FRANCE: EMD FRANCE SA, BP 1029, 59011 LILLE CEDEX; TEL. 320.300.302; CPPAP 0720U89037; DIRECTEUR PUBLICATION: D. TASSINARI. DIR. RESP. ITALY: RAPP IMD SRL, VIA G. DA VE- LATE 11, 20162 MILANO; AUT. TRIB. MI 258 26/5/84 POSTE ITALIANE SPA; SPED. ABB . POST. DL 353/2003 (CONV L.27/02/2004 N.46) ART 1 C. 1 DCB MILANO STAMPA. QUAD/GRAPHICS, MARTINSBURG, WV 25401. SUBSCRIBERS: IF THE POSTAL SERVICE ALERTS US THAT YOUR MAGAZINE IS UNDELIVERABLE, WE HAVE NO FURTHER OBLIGATION UNLESS WE RECEIVE A CORRECTED ADDRESS WITHIN TWO YEARS. Subscriptions For subscriptions or changes of address, contact Customer Service at ngmservice.com or call 1-800 -647-5463. Outside the U.S. or Canada call +1-515 -237-3674. We occasionally make our subscriber names available to companies whose products or services might be of interest to you. If you prefer not to be included, you may request that your name be removed from promotion lists by calling 1-800 -647-5463. To opt out of future direct mail from other organizations, visit DMAchoice.org, or mail a request to: DMA Choice, c/o Data & Marketing Association, PO Box 643, Carmel, NY 10512. Contributions to the National Geographic Society are tax de- ductible under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. tax code. | Copyright © 2018 National Geographic Partners, LLC | All rights reserved. National Geographic and Yellow Border: Registered Trademarks ® Marcas Registradas. National Geographic assumes no respon- sibility for unsolicited materials. Printed in U.S.A . PHOTOS, FROM TOP: DOUG WILSON; JOSE IGNACIO SOTO JANUARY | WHAT’S COMING TELEVISION Climate Change from Paris to Pittsburgh Set against debates about the United States’ exit from the Paris climate accords, the film Paris to Pitts- burgh captures the impassioned efforts of people battling the severe threats of cli- mate change in their own backyards. Pro- duced by Bloomberg Philanthropies, the film is available now on the Nat Geo TV app. BOOKS Give the Gift of Knowledge: Our 2019 Almanac From ancient sites hailed as wonders of the world to scenes of deep space, the 2019 National Geographic Almanac takes readers on a 400-page voyage of discovery. Packed with trivia quizzes, infographics, maps, time lines, and images, it’s available where books are sold and at shopng.com/books. CHICHÉ N ITZÁ , an ancient Maya city in Mexico’s Yucatán state, was named one of the New 7 Wonders of the World in an international poll pub- lished in 2007. This 1984 photo shows Bill Gates, left, and the late Paul Allen. The two founded Micro- soft, one of the companies featured in Valley of the Boom.