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iPhoneDevCampCO #3

I attended iPhoneDevCampCO #3 on Saturday, and was pleased to see a bunch of new as well as old faces. Joe Pezillo (aka Metafy), Danny Newman, Kendall Gelner, and bunch of other good folk. Many folks were there to learn

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HackSpace (TechStars, Boulder)

This evening I attended the TechStars first HackSpace. Thanks to the kind folks at TechStars for hosting, and Gnip for feeding. I saw a lot of computers and some studious activity, but wasn’t sure how much coding was achieved. Some

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Boulder.me Locals Night

 I attended the Boulder.me locals night event last night. Despite crashing any group (that had predominantly closed toe shoes) as if I were “speed dating”, I didn’t get to meet many companies, but the few I did impressed me far

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Elk celebrating the fall colors

The elk seems to be avoiding some weather down at the bottom of the canyon. Enjoy them, and the colors.

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Be remarkable to developers…

Neat idea, and a good example of how to be remarkable to developers. Th good ones (with the big egos will want to be “one of the precious ‘few’ who were chosen”. Probably a cheap way to build a great

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A bear locks itself in a car, and …

http://wildobs.com/kathykeating/2008/7/30/what-a-bear-can-do-while-searching-for-food

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Up at altitude for fall

Last weekend I had the pleasure of being up at 12K feet above sea level at Weston Pass, near Leadville (the 2 mile high “city”). I cannot describe how amazing are the feelings from fresh fall mornings and cool evenings in

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Smart car on Highway 93

I saw one of these on highway 93 entering Boulder CO. It seemed noteworthy, both for it’s oddity and it’s impressive stance; putting the planet earth ahead of mass/height/protective steel. Last one I saw was in London, UK on one

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Welcome Hummers of 2008

The hummers (scouts at least) are back. April 14th (one day before their normal April 15th arrival, but hey — so they don’t respect leap years, that’s allowed. )Make sure you don’t miss out on the pleasure of these feisty

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Getting started smelling roses…

Some snow: Some ice:

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Posted in Colorado, Health, Outdoors, Planet Earth

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