Monthly Archives: October 2014

It’s a great time to be alive

Crossposted from the Staunch Robots blog. Slack just raised $120 million. Good for them. One of our Staunchers works on a team that uses it and he likes it a lot. I personally prefer Flowdock, but this space is moving … Continue reading

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Semi-Random Walks # 19: David Cohen, co-founder TechStars

TechStars co-founder David Cohen is one of my idols. Not just because of his success in entrepreneurship, but also in the way he made himself relevant in the Boulder tech scene. He had already demonstrated his entrepreneurship bonafides by starting a couple of companies, … Continue reading

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Semi-Random Walks #18: Jessica Billingsley

Jessica Billingsley is the co-founder of MJ Freeway, a company I wish I had started. The show opened with the ageless Taj Mahal singing “Chevrolet.” It is impossible to not feel happy while listening to this. PS: Rather than commenting here, please give Semi-Random … Continue reading

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Semi-Random Walks #17: Laura Rich

Laura Rich is the founder of Street Fight, a media company focused on serving companies disrupting local media. Prior to to creating Street Fight, Rich co-founded Recessionwire, the first “recession media” startup, which covered the profound impact of the Great Recession … Continue reading

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