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Premium Internet addresses are hard to come by, but Boston engineer Ken Granderson thinks he’s got three of the choicest properties around, and he’s willing to part with them.

Granderson, a native of Brooklyn, came to Boston in 1980 to earn an electrical engineering degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  In 1995, Granderson purchased a trio of Internet addresses –,, and – for $50 apiece, and annual renewal fees that now come to $24 a year.More →

A new project aimed at bringing entrepreneurs and creative workers to Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood is getting a boost this weekend.

On Saturday, organizers of the Fairmount Innovation Lab are officially opening the doors of the co-working office and startup accelerator program. The Innovation Lab will also reveal the 10 entrepreneurial teams chosen as the first class of its accelerator program.More →