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    1. Special-needs tech event in Snowmass started with five families

      Special-needs tech event in Snowmass started with five families

      A devastating accident left Alice Brouhard's 5-year-old daughter Kara legally blind and paralyzed on one side. But today, the now-33-year-old lives in her own house, using inexpensive iPad apps with voice prompts to get through the day.

      Alice and four other Colorado families who bonded because of their special-needs children want to share the knowledge.

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    2. Faster Internet feeds Boulder's Zayo: IPO jumps 16%

      Faster Internet feeds Boulder's Zayo: IPO jumps 16%

      Shaky financial markets didn't stop Zayo Group Holdings Inc. from going public Friday. The Boulder-based Internet company, which has thrived while quenching the world's thirst for faster Internet, jumped 20 percent before ending its first day on the New York Stock Exchange at $22, up 15.8 percent, and valuing the company at $5.3 billion.

      The volatile market forced Zayo to lower its expectations of raising $650 million this week by offering 28.9 million shares priced $21 to $24.

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    3. How to keep your digital private life private — even in the cloud

      How to keep your digital private life private — even in the cloud

      Jennifer Lawrence is a celebrity, but she's also someone who uses her iPhone in the same way millions of people use theirs: to take photos.

      And as the world found out during the weekend, sometimes private photos end up in very public places. Whether there was a breach in Apple's mighty iCloud network — the company Tuesday said there wasn't — securing your digital life and keeping private stuff private takes awareness, common sense and a bit of technology.

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    4. Colorado has talent, but comes up short on funding, report says

      Colorado has talent, but comes up short on funding, report says

      Colorado continues to outperform other states when it comes to fostering start-ups, generating patents and minting graduates with degrees in technology, engineering and the sciences.

      But the state needs to do more to attract early-stage angel and venture capital funding and to boost public financing for higher education, according to the 2014 State of Innovation Colorado Report.

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    5. Report: CU Denver/Anschutz boost Colorado economy by $3.3B

      Report: CU Denver/Anschutz boost Colorado economy by $3.3B

      The University of Colorado Denver and the Anschutz Medical Campus contributed $3.3 billion to the local economy in fiscal year 2012-13, including $1.9 billion in indirect impacts, according to a report released Tuesday.

      The report, which covered the 12 months that ended in June 2013, showed the economic impact of the two campuses has risen from $2.65 billion in fiscal year 2009-10.

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    6. Calamity the mother of Oz Snowboards founder's financial reinvention

      Calamity the mother of Oz Snowboards founder's financial reinvention

      When the real estate market began its spectacular collapse in 2007, Adam Browning found hope for his young family in a packet of absorbent powder he called LiquiLock.

      LiquiLock, which solidifies water that remains in a toilet before it's pulled from a bathroom floor kept his young family afloat. And it afforded the Colorado State University graduate a chance to pursue his dream of building carbon-fiber, customized snowboards.

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    7. Colorado Impact Fund has $62M to invest to improve state, turn profit

      Colorado Impact Fund has $62M to invest to improve state, turn profit

      A few years ago, Gov. John Hickenlooper told Colorado investors such as Jim Kelley that they ought to do more to help local entrepreneurs.

      The state has talent, the governor said, but businesses need better access to money and mentors.

      Kelley, co-founder of Vestar Capital Partners, took the challenge to heart and began researching the issue. And soon, he said, he agreed with Hickenlooper.

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    8. Members say creative designation another step up for RiNo art district

      Members say creative designation another step up for RiNo art district

      Tracy Weil has seen the River North Art District explode since he co-founded it in 2005.

      When the district — casually referred to as RiNo and boasting a mascot of a rhinoceros — was named a candidate to become a Colorado Creative District two years ago, membership in the district doubled.

      Recently RiNo shed the candidate status and is now a fully fledged Colorado Creative District as awarded by Colorado Creative Industries.

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    9. Boulder pair disrupts outdoor-gear storage with high-tech lockers

      Boulder pair disrupts outdoor-gear storage with high-tech lockers

      The University of Colorado students were tasked with crafting a business plan for their entrepreneurship certificate when one of them showed up to a meeting bummed that thieves had stolen his skis off the resort rack the previous weekend. Another student still was paying for two bikes stolen on the Boulder campus.

      The thefts sparked the idea for SnowGate, a ski locker system that aims to transform outdoor storage with a B-Cycle-type kiosk networked with an Uber-like app.

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