Fluorescent Rooms

By: Gustav Hoiland

Nov 14 2012

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/2
Focal Length:50mm
ISO:1600
Shutter:1/30 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Bridges Over Roads

A week flush with entrepreneurial re-education, events of 20-somethings pouring their business hearts at eachother (to very real mutual benefit, mostly). Co-working spaces, the natural Boston habitat for the emergent start-ups, incubating and flourishing (failing too), trying to CREATE VALUE.

It all harkens back to my days as a student, trying to understand the capitalistic system that has brought such profound wealth to the landmass between the Eastern and Western shores. Figure out how to solve people’s problems. Make lives easier. Extract only a fraction of that which you improve.

That’s the most exciting thing to me. And the last two days have brought some interesting perspectives into the legwork and logistics that can lead to such outcomes. How to connect with new people, to create unique experiences, to be succinct in email, etc.

Bridging the gap here, literally, between the day’s work and the night’s entrepreneurship event. Quick note – that’s the Bain Capital building at farthest left, whose mail room I used to deliver to as a bike messenger. Romney may well be on the roof, weeping into a bottle of scotch 30 floors above the city he governed not long ago.

Continued education, fascination.

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