Monthly Archives: June 2010

Breath

It’s hard to believe how much has happened in the last week, and how much is coming together all of a sudden. Two days after clearing several hundred gallons of water out of the building, we flew to Riga to … Continue reading

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Rough

It’s been a tough week. On Sunday, a couple hundred gallons of water came through our ceiling thanks to the typhoon that hit Somerville. In spite of “global weirding” causing once-a-century rainstorms every second year, we don’t expect this to … Continue reading

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Two things

This is the window from the inside (Johanna again – like we said, she likes light). 1. We’re hiring. There’s now a page with a job description – we hope you’ll take a look and see if you’d like to … Continue reading

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Parallel processing

We’ve hit a phase where construction rolls quickly and there’s a lot happening with relatively little interference from us. HVAC is complete. Hot water heaters got plumbed in, wires are now snaking through studs everywhere, the lighting plan is more … Continue reading

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