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The Startup Dilemma: Slow Down To Accelerate? MergeLane is a Yes

This is a guest post by Ann Stewart Zachwieja, COO of Globig.

Those of you leading a startup will recognize the driving pace. There is no such thing as a 40-hour schedule or free weekends. 1,239 more words


Hiking, tea, and Lydia

Since Wednesday was Lydia’s last full day with us we had to do something fun. We started the morning with Elisabeth making us some delicious turkey bacon and then we hopped in the car and drove to Boulder. 207 more words


Learning the Velodrome

Imagine being on a fixed-geared bike on a velodrome track, knowing that if you tried to stop pedaling, you’d flip over your handlebars and probably hurt yourself pretty good. 652 more words

I Might Be In Love...

With Colorado! Have you ever been?

We awoke in the beautiful Colorado mountains, greeted with fresh air, chirping birds, and most surprisingly, the cutest rats I have ever met (the two rats were named Orbit and General)! 748 more words

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'Midlife 2: What Did I Come In Here For?' Features Some Of The Best Comedic Actors

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado’s Front Range has become a tryout area for new productions and one of them is now playing at BDT Stage in Boulder. 122 more words


I feel like I've recently evolved.

I’ve always tried embracing growth, but I feel like I’ve really evolved in just this past year.

Last year, I suffered through a period of depression I hate to speak about. 428 more words


Chief: Officers Were Trapped With Machete-Wielding Suspect In Stairwell

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Boulder’s police chief says two officers who shot and killed a man wielding a machete at the University of Colorado were trapped in a stairwell with him and fired after he refused to drop the knife and advanced toward them. 130 more words