NW Tech Perspectives – Brier Dudley, Seattle Times

Seattle Times Technology Columnist Brier Dudley reflects on how Seattle became a technology hub and why tech startups are able to succeed there.

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  • Why so much of the US is unseasonably hot

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  • Two stabbings reported in Seattle over the weekend

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