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Nov 14, 2005

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Jack Moore

Jeff,

Glad you finally had the chance. I have done lots of client work there since the 1970's and always regarded it as an outstanding business and living climate. I still feel that way, though the last 30 years of growth are showing, as they would almost anywhere. All that said, I prefer the lower humidity and more moderate temperatures of the west.

Jack Moore

Jeff,

Glad you finally had the chance. I have done lots of client work there since the 1970's and always regarded it as an outstanding business and living climate. I still feel that way, though the last 30 years of growth are showing, as they would almost anywhere. All that said, I prefer the lower humidity and more moderate temperatures of the west.

jeff

Hi Jack,
Ironically they have had 6 weeks of drought so things we're starting to look kind of brown. Really nice area, I enjoyed it thoroughly.

Josh Christie

I'm glad you enjoyed your visit here. Don't forget that we're only two hours from great beaches and two to three hours from beautiful mountains. Having NC State, Duke, and UNC as the "corners" of the triangle doesn't hurt either. Oh no, now it's going to get crowded... :)

Josh

Raj Bala


If I'm not mistaken, the RTP area also has the higest per-capital PhDs due to the trinity of Duke, NCSU, and UNC.

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