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In a blog post Monday, Blade co-founder Bill O’Donnell said the company now has about 25 people in its Fort Point office and has been “hiring, designing and coding for a few months now.” He added that, despite seeing huge changes in consumer computing devices and Internet connection quality since the dawn of the Internet, “travel web sites today aren’t that different than Travelocity or Expedia from 1997.”More →

It was big news when two of HubSpot’s top product executives departed last fall to form their own startup, Driftt. By January, their company, Driftt, had raised $15 million, and a few months later the company — located literally across the street from HubSpot’s East Cambridge headquarters — had unveiled its first app, Annotate. The app, which lets you mark up photos on your phone or Mac desktop computer, got nice reviews, but it didn’t exactly set the world on fire.More →