Let the information wars begin. Bemoaning the lack of tech talent in St. Petersburg Florida, and looking forward to "eating at more interesting restaurants," Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales announced last week that the nonprofit and anti-Google messiah will move its headquarters to San Francisco sometime this winter.
Trustees of the Foundation also considered moving to London, New York and Washington, but the supercharged magnetic technology black hole that is the Bay Area sucked them in at last. Hiring for the new San Francisco headquarters is expected to begin in the coming weeks.
-- Brian Bernbaum