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December 27th, 2004
When they launched NanoDynamics in Buffalo in 2002, Keith A. Blakely and Richard L. Berger didn't plan to build a better golf ball.
It was an employee who came up with the idea for a more accurate flying projectile. Blakely, the chief executive, dismissed it at first - even though he's a self-described hacker whose own game could use some help.
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