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I am a social, business, and technical communicator based in the San Francisco Bay/Silicon Valley Area and involved in communications projects both here and around the world.
wadi n Arabic; valley.
wallah n Sanskrit pala; protector. A person associated with something. Usually used in combination, as here.
Thus Wadiwallah; valley person.
Wadiwallah is a Saracen (n from the Arabic Sehra Nasheen; desert dweller) currently living and working in the Silicon Valley/San Francisco Bay Area; an engineering grad with a Masters' in a social science. These are his experiences, opinions, and thoughts...
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