• Gluten Free Boulder, aka Two weeks in another town

    So it’s been two weeks in Boulder @techstars, and working with my co-founder Lisa Wiliams on Peoples Software. Twp weeks ago Friday, A & I were in a hotel in Sacramento, then in Salt Lake, and finally, here in Boulder. It’s been 10 days since the TechStars program started, and we’re running, hard. Some observations… Continue Reading

  • Quote of the Day

    “….you define yourself by who you follow. If you only follow your family, that defines you. If you follow a crowd, like I do, that defines you too. One is not necessarily better than the other, you just gotta decide for yourself what kind of inputs you want. —Robert Scoble, commenting on Friendfeed in a… Continue Reading

  • Quote of the Day, 3

    “If I’ve learned anything from Spread Firefox, BarCamp, coworking and the like, it’s that propaganda needs to be free to be effective. In other words, you’re not going to convince people of your way of thinking if you lock down what you have, especially if what you have is culture, a mindset or some other… Continue Reading

  • Quote of Day

    “will be headed to Boulder Colorado this summer save 2 weeks when I’ll be back in NC for the beach and my wedding… I’m thinking this will be a pretty sweet summer if Tara and I can get into the long distance groove again. 3 months isn’t bad right? Right? Right. :-)” —Foodzie co-founder and… Continue Reading

  • Quote of Day

    “The Tech Industry is what happens when really smart people get paid to have so much fun that they lose touch with reality.” — Sarah Dopp, blogger, tweeting away.

  • Gender Gap: Is it a chicken, or is it an egg?

    Authoritative newspaper article in the Boston Globe that says “…two new studies by economists and social scientists have reached a perhaps startling conclusion: An important part of the explanation for the gender gap, they are finding, are the preferences of women themselves. When it comes to certain math- and science-related jobs, substantial numbers of women… Continue Reading