Deprecating despair in a ghetto of code

It was easily the geekiest Boulder Startup Week event but one that can have the biggest impact on the long-term success of a tech startup: Fixing code held together with duct tape, half-chewed gum…

Collective lubricant and love velcro. BSW12 gets sexy.

Collaborative lubricant. UI/UX. Ruby on Rails. Wireframes. Twitter Bootstrap. The Funnel. Python. Love Velcro. Just a number of the topics and discussions overheard so far this week at…

Startup Marketing Panel w/Forkly, Roximity & Standing Cloud

A Twitter archive of the awesome conversation about startup marketing secrets with Martin May of Forkly, Danny Newman of Roximity and Joni Klippert of Standing Cloud. This even will be moderated by Suzan Bond.…

Boulder math : Collaboration + New Contacts + Smiling Faces = Success

Boulder Startup Week 2010

My definition of success for this first day of Boulder Startup Week is the simple equation above. As a new member of the Boulder tech community, fresh from the Midwest, I’ve been overwhelmingly impressed…

The Way We Were: Boulder Startup Weekend 2011 (Streisand edition)

Memories, light the corners of my mind. Misty watercolor memories. Of the way we were.

Infographic: Boulder is for startups

Boulder is for startups

An awesome poster of the Boulder startup scene by Applied Trust (hint: they’re…

TEDxBoulder: Never stop making things

Startup phenom Jake Nickell of Threadless encourages the TEDxBoulder audience to challenge themselves by making stuff and celebrating the messy, uncomfortable discovery process.…

TEDxBoulder: Unfortunate opportunities

Daniel Epstein, President of the Unreasonable Institute, an international accelerator and seed stage investor in entrepreneurs working to alleviate social and environmental issues globally. discusses the intersection of meaningful entrepreneurship at 2011 TEDxBoulder.…