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Huffington Post Shows Up In Boulder/Denver With Substance

Sep 16, 2009
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The Huffington Post launched their Denver channel today (but I’m going to call it the Boulder/Denver channel because it’s really both.)  And they launched with a bunch of great, substantive stuff.  Following is a sample of some of the entrepreneurial articles.

Boulder: You’re Not in Kansas Anymore …:  Kimbal Musk, the CEO of OneRiot and co-owner of The Kitchen has a great essay reflecting on what’s he has learned about Boulder in his seven years living here.

Why I Love Startups: Holly Hamann, the co-founder and VP Marketing for TheBlogFrog, talks about why she loves working in the Boulder startup community.

Boulder/Denver New Tech Meetup Helps Entrepreneurial Community: Brett Green, the Chief Marketing Officer for Oxstein Design Labs, explains the Boulder Denver New Tech MeetUp (BDNT) phenomenon that was founded by and is stewarded by Robert Reich, one of the co-founders of OneRiot.

And, as a special bonus, the old school Denver Business Journal has a fun article that I’m in titled Down on the FarmVille about my addiction to FarmVille.