CU student startup Rideorama founders gets schooled on state regs

A quartet of young Boulderites won an entrepreneurship award from the University of Colorado’s business school for establishing an inexpensive ride-sharing service between Boulder and Denver International…

You heard it here first: Trends, predictions emerge from GlueCon

big data

First mover advantage comes from exploring the worm hole of new technologies. It doesn’t get quite as much as ink but the GlueCon insights on big data, APIs and mobile are some of the…

Statehouse update: Ice, Ice Baby edition

Seven bills we’re tracking are in a legislative deep freeze until the state budget is resolved. But that doesn’t mean politicians are lollygagging. Tons of bills are already dead in the…

Silicon Flatirons: Highlights of the Digital Broadband Migration Conference

The Internet should be guided by the Prime Directive, so says CU Law Dean Phil…

Statehouse update: Gridlock edition

Right on time! It’s Week Four of the 2012 Colorado legislative session and the wheels of progress are predictably grinding to a slow…

Statehouse update: Lawyers, guns and money edition

Shoot first, ask questions later. That’s apparently the motto of Colorado’s legislature on startup and tech sector issues.…

Jobs, rules and home-baked goods move forward in statehouse

Delicious homemade food ruled the week in the Colorado legislature along with some decidedly more bureaucratic bills to help advance the state’s entrepreneurial…