Last week, I spoke with Fareed Zakaria, an author and editor-at-large for Time magazine as well as a CNN host. He’s put a lot of thought into the “rise of the rest” — that is, what the post-American world is going to look like.
You can trot out the statistics of your choice to show how America is fast losing its technological edge. We lag other countries in math and science scores. But Zakaria pointed out a number to me that’s much more foreboding — citations in peer-reviewed research.
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A group of technology veterans and a State Street landowner are working to secure a new home for dozens of tenants — many of them startup companies — that were recently given 30 days to pack up and leave the technology center at 402 E. Gutierrez St. in Santa Barbara.Read More →
RightScale is taking over 26,000 square feet of space in downtown Santa Barbara.Read More →
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