The Boston Business Journal remembers Ray Tomlinson, who gave us both e-mail and the use of the @ symbol in 1971, as an engineer for what was then Bolt, Beranek and Newman in Cambridge.
We have no idea, but one broker says that if the Buddha got a job at Google and moved to Cambridge, he'd snap up the house at 10 Avon Pl., what with its merging of "clean, contemporary design with the rustic warmth of reclaimed barn floors, exposed beams and shelving," not to mention Nest thermostats throughout. And while it does not have a Bodhi tree, it does have a "tucked away office [that] provides a quiet retreat" for contemplating life and awakening and stuff - and the $2.3-million price tag.
H/t John Overholt for keeping up with ascetic Cambridge real-estate listings.
This just in on the hit-and-run crash that put a 77-year-old woman in the hospital early Sunday:
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Cambridge Police Commissioner Robert Haas have announced that they have located the suspect vehicle in connection with a hit-and-run crash involving an individual in a wheelchair early Sunday morning at approximately 4:40 a.m. They have also identified a Somerville resident as the driver of the car. This remains an open and active investigation and no charges have yet been filed.
The six confirmed cases have documentation of two doses of measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, and the majority of the suspected cases are believed to have had two doses of MMR.
Harvard now has a total of six mumps cases, the university reported in a memo to the campus community. Read more.
Cambridge Police are looking for the driver of a car that hit a 77-year-old woman in a wheelchair early Sunday on Columbia Street near Lincoln Street, then drove off, leaving her with critical injuries for which she is still hospitalized. Read more.
Michael A. Kikukawa '17 was unaware of Paneraâ€™s closing when he ordered dinner through the restaurantâ€™s mobile app. Only after completing his order did Kikukawa realize that it was being fulfilled at Paneraâ€™s Porter Square location.
â€śI was horrified,â€ť Kikukawa said.
Harvard University alerted students and staffers tonight that an undergraduate student and a graduate student at Harvard Divinity School have confirmed cases of mumps.
In a memo, Dr. Paul J. Barreira, director of Harvard University Health Services, said the school is working with city and state public-health officials "to identify the cause and scope of the infection." Read more.
Aly watched a diver go into the Charles near North Point Park on the Cambridge side of the Charles this morning, near one of two areas pointed to by a search dog. Searchers have focused on the area around the train bridge just past North Station as they look for Zachary Marr, last seen outside the Bell in Hand downtown on Feb. 13.
More signal problems, this time at Alewife. J Patience reports:
I boarded at Park between 6 - 6:05. Now starting to stand by at Harvard. 6:47.
Cambridge Police report Ryan Callinan, a CPD officer, has been cited for leaving the scene of an accident causing personal injury and operating to endanger following an incident Sunday night at Broadway and Portland Street. Read more.
Wicked Local Cambridge reports Cambridge Police have brought in State Police and the DA's office to investigate a crash involving an off-duty officer who may have hit a woman on a bicycle Sunday evening at Broadway and Portland Street, then drove off.
A woman who graduated Harvard last year says the university violated a federal equal education law by not educating students about sexual assault and harassment - and by failing to protect her after she complained about the actions of a former boyfriend who also attended the school. Read more.
In a lawsuit filed this week, Cambridge's Akamai Technologies charges that basically everything that competitor Limelight Networks does violates three Akamai patents. Akamai wants a judge in US District Court in Boston to tell Limelight to knock it off and pay lots of damages for having that sort of nerve. Read more.
The Boston Cyclists Union did this video today on the first day the new sidewalk was open to bicycles on the Longfellow.
The New York Times reports a team of scientists, including Rainer Weiss of MIT have confirmed the presence of gravitational waves, something Einstein predicted in 1915, but which have never before been detected.
Two detectors, each 2.5 miles long and 1,900 miles apart, detected waves from the collision of two black holes about 1.2 billion years ago, almost as soon as they were turned on for testing, the Times reports.
MIT says Toshiba owes it at least that much in royalties for the right to make digital TVs, video players and home-theater systems based on patents it holds.
In a lawsuit filed this week in US District Court in Boston, MIT says that Toshiba stopped making agreed upon royalty payments in 2011 for patented work by MIT researchers on several key digital-TV standards, including MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. Read more.