What is Social Ingenuity anyway?

I've been giving a lot of thought to the StartupWeekend phenomena. As I and others have mentioned, it was amazing to see such remarkable talent show up, ready to play. There were no rules, and no expectations other than to see a startup launched by Sunday. People got together to do something cool with the … Read more What is Social Ingenuity anyway?

VoSnap, Inc. – The fruit of StartupWeekend.com

Well under way, Startup Weekend is absolutely one of the coolest things I've been involved in. The company we've created is a web/sms service for making quick decisions. If you want to ask a few friends about a decision you want to make, come to the site, enter their email addresses, or mobile phone numbers, … Read more VoSnap, Inc. – The fruit of StartupWeekend.com

iPhone – blah blah blah. I want one, so will you.

The world has been abuzz about the iPhone, since even before Apple acknowledged its existence. Why? Who cares? My mom does… and so will you. First, let's take a look at the state of mobile phones. For better or worse, mobile phones have become far more than simple phones. Text messaging, email, browsers, and custom … Read more iPhone – blah blah blah. I want one, so will you.

BCBR: The return of the dot-com

Caron Schwartz Ellis wrote a nice piece for the Boulder County Business Review on the resurgence of web companies in the Boulder/Denver area. The companies she mentions are a hop or two away from me. While I don't know them all personally, I think that they're all doing great work. Being involved in the startup … Read more BCBR: The return of the dot-com

StartupWeekend: July 6-8 in Boulder, Colorado.

Can a team of people create an entire company in a weekend, from scratch? From concept to launch during a Friday night to Sunday night timeframe. Can it be done? Yes it can, and I'll be a part of it. Chris and I were banging out grillm when I read about this event for the … Read more StartupWeekend: July 6-8 in Boulder, Colorado.

Repost: I was on to something: Rabbit Ears

[This entry originally appeared in the old blog on 04/30/07. I've reposted it here for those that requested it. Enjoy.] About a year ago I published a post entitled “If you know me…” where I let everyone know that bought a set of rabbit ears for my television viewing. I didn't want cable, or satellite, … Read more Repost: I was on to something: Rabbit Ears

Game changers: ustream.tv

At first glance, ustream.tv looks like another way to stream a live webcam. Look a little deeper and you'll see that they're changing the live broadcast model. I was introduced to ustream.tv while listening to a podcast called net@nite with Leo Laporte and Amber MacArthur. They mentioned a live video feed, and that feed was … Read more Game changers: ustream.tv

Welcome to the new zerologic.com

I know this is taboo and very uncommon in the blogging world, but I'm starting over. I've retooled zerologic.com and am re-inventing everything around it. zerologic.com started life in the 90's as the website for my company zerologic corporation. It served that duty well until 2001, the year we created HyperSites. Post HyperSites, it really … Read more Welcome to the new zerologic.com