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How Boston is -- and should be -- preparing for rising seas
Boston Globe Magazine
April 6, 2014: Five things the city is doing now, and five more things it ought to be doing

The Smile Engineers
Boston Globe Magazine
February 9, 2014: A look inside Continuum, a design firm dedicated to making everyday products a little more enjoyable.

Tech Luminaries We Lost in 2013
Computerworld
December 23, 2013: 14 people who made a lasting impression on the tech field

Best Buy battles back online
Technology Review
November 20, 2013: The world’s largest electronics retailer thinks stores are an asset in the fight with online retailers.

The Future Requires (Better) Batteries
Wall Street Journal
November 11, 2013: A look at what, if anything, might replace lithium ion

Analyze this, and that: CSOs latch onto better data tools,
CSO
October 31, 2013: With the emergence of more powerful tools, analytics are becoming more important than ever to security teams

Why is it so hard to find a doctor?
Boston Globe Magazine
October 13, 2013: Half of doctors in the state are not accepting new patients. A prescription for the problem.

In search of the real Jesus
Boston Globe
August 4, 2013: A new bestseller interprets history’s most influential man through the volatile world he came from.

 
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