BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Logos Bible Software might seem an odd company to bring the previously untranslated works of Thomas Aquinas
to the masses. Indeed, it might seem an odd company to bring us holy
books, period. Then again, perhaps it is only fitting that in the quest
to bring ancient religious writings into the modern digital age, Bill Gates‘ progeny shall lead us.
Most of Logos‘
300-odd workers are spread over three buildings in downtown Bellingham
and one new campus in Arizona. The office layout is open, with a few
glassed-off offices and meeting rooms. If there is any dress code, it
apparently isn’t rigorous. There are treadmills and some stand-up desks.
Employees can take breaks to play pingpong or foosball, or take a
stroll around Bellingham’s downtown core. The whole enterprise has the
feel of a mid-1990s Internet startup.
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