On a rainy Friday morning, it’s time to look back at the past quarter and select a few stories that stand out. These are my picks for the top Xconomy Boston stories of Q3. If you can only read a few, read these.
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Top 10 Tech Stories of Q3:
Rod Brooks and Rethink Reveal an Industrial Robot for the Masses
PackBots, Roombas, and Now, Healthcare: The iRobot Story
U.S. CTO Todd Park Out to Spur Entrepreneurship With Data “Jujitsu”
Dan Weinreb, Boston Computer Geek, Community Figure, Dies of Cancer
8 Things We Learned This Summer About the Boston Tech Scene
Bride Meets Blog: Abby Larson on Style Me Pretty’s Explosive Growth
Fashion Project Hopes to Be Next Big Thing in Boston Re-Commerce
Boston’s Talent War: Startups Gaining Edge Over Big Companies?
Jumptap, Mobile, & the Four Horsemen of the Consumer Apocalypse
Boom or Bust? 11 Big Bets on the Future of Boston Tech
Top 10 Healthcare and Cleantech Stories of Q3:
Foundation Medicine Grabs $42.5M for Cancer Genome Test
Vecna Designs Mobile Health Systems for Rural Care
9 Takeaways from Rock Boston Demo Day: Health IT Firms Up
EnVivo Forges Ahead With Alzheimer’s Drug
Two Years After Rising from Ashes, Aegerion Preps for Drug Debut
Xconomist of the Week: Christina Lampe-Onnerud Talks Cleantech
Enlight Bio’s Knode Advances Social Network for Pharma
Vertex Wins EU Approval for Cystic Fibrosis Drug
Harvest Power CEO Talks Sustainable Startups & Lessons from Farming
Health Incubator Boom Driven by Demand, Says Healthbox’s Jenna Rose
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Gregory T. Huang is Xconomy's Deputy Editor, National IT Editor, and the Editor of Xconomy Boston. You can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.