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    1. Crowd funding pilot project

      Crowd funding with a business and academic blend 1551_ 6/1/14 -" We’re excited about the prospect of using crowd funding to jumpstart promising projects developed by students, faculty and staff," said Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano. "For our initial pilot we looked for projects across a range of academic and research disciplines, as well as for projects that provide outreach.

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    2. Why > How > What, and what it means at Whimseybox

      Why > How > What, and what it means at Whimseybox

      posted by Alicia DiRago on 05/29/2014 02:34 pm * 2 views * 0 comments

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      A few weeks ago I had one of those particularly interesting days – I happened across a site built by a much larger company that I’m familiar with that appears to be attempting to copy a large piece of what we’re doing at Whimseybox. When this happens, and it’s happened to us before although this one takes the cake, it kind of steals my breath away for a second.

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    3. “Girl Develop It” to launch in Fort Collins

      “Girl Develop It” to launch in Fort Collins

      Computer Coding Meetup for Women slated for June 26  By Diana Sproul InnovatioNews Correspondent The national non-profit “Girl Develop It” (GDI) was organized to empower and assist women who want to get involved in technology. GDI has a successful Meetup.com group in Boulder that’s one year old with 500+ members. Its classes teach developer best practices with practical coding applications.

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    4. DISH to become first pay-TV and largest company to accept Bitcoin payments in Q3

      DISH to become first pay-TV and largest company to accept Bitcoin payments in Q3

      ENGLEWOOD – DISH announced it will become the largest company to accept Bitcoin payments from its customers beginning in the third quarter.

      DISH is also the first subscription model pay-TV provider to make the move to Bitcoin acceptance.

      “We always want to deliver choice and convenience for our customers and that includes the method they use to pay their bills,” said Bernie Han, DISH executive VP and COO.

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    5. Datalogix closes on $45M equity financing round led by Wellington Management Company

      Datalogix closes on $45M equity financing round led by Wellington Management Company

      WESTMINSTER – Datalogix, a company connecting online ads to in-store sales, announced it closed on a $45 million equity financing round led by Wellington Management Company LLP, a global asset management firm with nearly $870 billion under management.

      Existing investor Institutional Venture Partners joined the round, which is incremental to a recently announced investment in Datalogix by Breyer Capital, the company said.

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    6. Dish to become largest company to accept bitcoin

      Dish to become largest company to accept bitcoin

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dish Network Corp. says it will become the largest company yet to accept payment in bitcoin.

      The satellite TV company says it will begin accepting the digital coins through payment processor Coinbase by September. Coinbase will instantly convert the bitcoins into cash, eliminating the risk of price fluctuations to Dish.

      Dish's chief operating officer, Bernie Han, says the idea came from company employees who had become avid bitcoin users.

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    7. A look at the roadblocks facing driverless cars

      A look at the roadblocks facing driverless cars

      Google Inc. is pushing hard to bring cars driven by computers — not people — to market. To do so, the Silicon Valley giant first had to persuade states including California to pass laws legalizing the still-emerging technology. After all, a basic premise of driving is that a person controls the vehicle.

      Though California's rules will go into effect in June 2015, barriers remain to the widespread availability of the cars of the future, whether made by Google or traditional automakers.

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    8. How Google got states to legalize driverless cars

      How Google got states to legalize driverless cars

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — About four years ago, the Google team trying to develop cars driven by computers — not people — became convinced that sooner than later, the technology would be ready for the masses. There was one big problem: Driverless cars were almost certainly illegal.

      And yet this week, Google said it wants to give Californians access to a small fleet of prototypes it will make without a steering wheel or pedals.

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    9. Behind the growth of 3 thriving Colorado adtech companies

      Behind the growth of 3 thriving Colorado adtech companies

      posted by Carlin Sack on 05/29/2014 09:53 am * 11 views * 0 comments

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      Three Colorado adtech companies took home Red Herring awards last week for being one of North America’s 100 most innovative companies. This is significant news not just for the adtech industry, but for Colorado tech: these three companies are among the fastest-growing locally. Here’s a look at how they are driving growth:

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    10. 3 new Boulder startups to look out for this quarter

      3 new Boulder startups to look out for this quarter

      posted by Katie Leimkuehler on 05/29/2014 10:15 am * 73 views * 0 comments

      Tweet The vibrant community of Boulder is known to be a startup hub that attracts new and up-and-coming entrepreneurs. The Kauffman Foundation found Boulder to have the highest high-tech startup density of any metro area in the United States in 2013. Built In Colorado caught up with a few founders to find out why it’s the place to be and how Boulder is a fit for their startup journeys.

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    11. Datalogix Gets $45M For Ad Analytics

      Datalogix Gets $45M For Ad Analytics

      Westminster, Colorado-based Datalogix said Wednesday that it had raised $45M in a equity financing round, for the company's technology for connecting digital advertising to offline sales. The funding was led by Wellington Management Company, LLP, and also included Institutional Venture Partners (IVP), which Datalogix made the point of saying invested more than its pro-rata share. Datalogix is led by Eric Rosa. The company says its annual revenues grew by more than 50 percent last year.

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