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A Voice of Colorado No. 96 Version 5.0:

While writing the substantial post about the actions, behaviors, and choices of a now-former employee of THE (DENVER) POST there was concern on my part as to the response it might receive. 245 more words


Indy 500 Champ Sato 'Respects' Denver Post's Firing Of Writer

NEW YORK (AP) – There is no rest for Indianapolis 500 champion Takuma Sato, and that’s OK.

Still ecstatic on Tuesday at his new place in history as… 519 more words


More on Colorado Polygraphs

The Denver Post has published several articles on the controversy surrounding the use of polygraphs for sex offender treatment in Colorado prisons.

Check out this editorial by The Denver Post Editorial Board:


Sex Offender Registry

Denver Sports Writer Loses Job Over Tweet On Japanese Indy Winner

DENVER (AP) – A veteran sports writer is no longer working with The Denver Post after he posted on Twitter that he was “uncomfortable with a Japanese driver winning the Indianapolis 500 during Memorial Day weekend.” 126 more words


Denver Post fires writer Terry Frei for racist tweet about Indy 500 winner

Takuma Sato knew how much his Indianapolis 500 victory meant to his Japanese fans. “This is going to be mega-big,” the driver said Sunday. “A lot of the Japanese fans are following the IndyCar Series and many, many flew over for the Indianapolis 500. 341 more words


Michael Meissner - Fueling the Productivity Age - The Denver Post

Michael W. Meissner is a technology innovator, the founder of Ethernautics Inc. In the 1990’s Meissner founded Information Mechanics, Inc., a Information Technology Consulting Professional Services entity servicing largely the Telecommunication Industry.  36 more words

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On Delivering The Denver Post

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Between Chicago and the West Coast, the largest art museum you’ll find is located in Denver, Colorado. Its collections include world-class works by the classic Monet, Picasso and Matisse and extend to contemporary works by Warhol and O’Keefe. 25 more words