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**** companies find hilarious ad regulations loophole in adopting highways

02.16.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

Colorado drivers are currently commuting down what must be some of the most lit and spotless highways in the country. And it's all thanks to some clever cannabis companies. The cannabis industry has been in a perpetual arms race against the strict an... ...

Blue Canyon Technologies chosen by Made in Space for orbital manufacturing demo mission

In-orbit manufacturing startup Made in Space has tapped Colorado’s Blue Canyon Technologies (BCT) to help support its Archinaut One demonstration mission contracted by NASA, which is currently set to take place in 2022. The mission will see Made in Space show off the assembly of two ten-meter solar arrays on orbit, which will then be ...

Do not lure deer into your home to feed them, Colorado authorities plead

After a video of a woman luring deer into her home went viral, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is reminding humans -- yet again -- to please, please, just leave deer and all other wildlife alone.

Do not feed the animals.

Do not post videos of yourself feeding wild animals in your home.

The woman who shot this ...

Trump’s proposed Colorado border wall has inspired a lot of Sharpie memes

10.24.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

Donald Trump apparently wants to build another border wall in... Colorado. Speaking at the Shale Insight Conference in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, Trump said he was going to win New Mexico because the residents "want safety on their border" and he's bui... ...

How to go to market in middle America

There comes a time for many startup companies where they either realize they need to do a nationwide roll-out, or they need to actively target buyers in the middle of the country... ...

Microsoft has warned 10,000 victims of state-sponsored hacking

Microsoft said it has notified close to 10,000 people in the past year that they have been targeted by state-sponsored hackers. The tech giant said Wednesday that the victims were either targeted or compromised by hackers working for a foreign government. In almost all cases, Microsoft said, enterprise customers were the primary targets — such ...

Massive boulder that rolled onto Colorado highway is too expensive to move, will now be a tourist attraction

On Memorial Day weekend, this 8.5-million-pound boulder rolled off a cliff and destroyed part of a highway between Cortez and Telluride, Colorado. Blowing it up to clear the way would cost the state $200,000 so instead Governor Jared Polis turned the bug into a feature. The "house-sized" boulder is now named Memorial Rock and is ...

A brief history of Uber’s bumpy road to an IPO

It’s been nine years since UberCab made its first appearance on the WordPress pages of this website. In the ensuing years, the startup has grown from an upstart looking to upend the taxi cab cartels, to a juggernaut that has its hands in every form of transportation and logistics service it can think of. In ...

Denver suburb officially changes name from “******** Acres” to “Old Cherry Hills”

It's been 111 years since a subdivision of the Denver suburb of Cherry Hills was given the name of "******** Acres," and now, finally, the name has been changed to "Old Cherry Hills," thanks to an official act of the local council.

The ******** Acres subdivision was named in 1908 by the Denver ******** Land Co., ...