Monday, August 25, 2014

CNET Profiles Durham's Tech Scene

"Adam Klein, chief strategist for American Underground, an incubator that has expanded from 35 startups to 150 in three locations in Durham and Raleigh in four years, rattled off a list of quality-of-life perks that have kept him in the area. "I can live downtown at half the cost. I cut my commute down to five minutes, and I'm still a direct flight to Boston, New York, or San Francisco. It's a progressive community, well educated, with lots of people from other countries," he said, also noting a burgeoning restaurant and craft beer scene. "And the weather doesn't hurt.""

— "Vexed in the city: San Francisco strife spurs tech defectors elsewhere," Ben Fox Rubin and Joan E. Solsman, CNET

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