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Nathan Myhrvold

Two of our top stories during the month of April involved one of Seattle’s geekiest (and most controversial) denizens. Former Microsoft CTO and current Intellectual Ventures chief Nathan Myhrvold’s comments about the iPhone — and an inside look at his especially nerdy office — led the charts on GeekWire.

It’s been yet another fantastic month at GeekWire, and we’re so appreciative for those who tuned in each day for the fun. Here’s a look back at the top 15 stories for April. Enjoy, and hope to see everyone at the Seattle 2.0 Startup Awards this Thursday!

How former Microsoft tech chief Nathan Myhrvold could have created the iPhone (33 comments, 271 Tweets)

GeekWire Presents the Seattle 2.0 Startup Awards (359 Tweets)

Microsoft idea: Analyze Facebook posts to deduce mood, interests, education (10 comments, 148 Tweets)

The battle to train a market: Instagram is what Facebook has been telling you guys to do for like a year, okay? (41 comments, 360 Tweets)

How Carly screwed up AT&T’s $39B T-Mobile acquisition (22 comments, 55 Tweets)

Top 10 reasons why Darth Vader was an amazing project manager (85 comments, 28,300 Tweets)

Surprise: Microsoft makes list of top 20 Linux kernel contributors — first time ever (14 comments, 396 Tweets)

Not so smart anymore: Microsoft’s watches are done (27 comments, 108 Tweets)

Video: Watch the ‘Textspresso’ machine brew the geekiest cup of coffee ever (12 comments, 166 Tweets)

Startup innovation: A bra for stashing your phone (9 comments, 156 Tweets)

The Job Decision Matrix: How to make your next big move (6 comments, 72 Tweets)

Google Glasses

Video: What if Google’s glasses were made by Microsoft? (4 comments, 325 Tweets)

Inside Nathan Myhrvold’s office: The ultimate ‘geekspace’ (4 comments, 58 Tweets)

Downtown driving range: Intuit closing Seattle’s 2nd Avenue for golf stunt (5 comments, 65 Tweets)

Google reveals Project Glass: Is this your augmented reality? (9 comments, 350 Tweets)

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