A week ago, the Boston Globe ran a feature story in the Business/Technology section of the Sunday Globe. I am pleased to share with you the very well done and comprehensive article written by the Globe's Robert Weisman:
"If Kendall Square is ever going to be a true capital of high-tech innovation, it needs to produce its own superstar - a local Google or YouTube or Wikipedia. And if that's going to happen, it will most likely be born inside this drab-looking place that may just be the brainiest address in town."
Globe article on CIC
It certainly feels good to call home "the brainiest address in town," but I fear I may be dragging down the curve! This is not only a great building for housing a rich variety of start-ups; it is a vibrant community. Tim Rowe and his team have implemented and executed a brilliant vision for the workspace of the future. I am thrilled to be able to utilize it in the present as my base of operations. If you are ever in the Boston area, come by for a visit. Better yet, if you have an idea for a start-up venture, consider joining us along the banks of the Charles River!