Posts in the Category: Inspiration
Recently we came across a company that really resonated with me(Paul Talbot) so I wanted to share what they are doing with the larger world that is the internet.
Sprout Camp is a Non-Profit based in Florida/Ashville respectively. They want to help change the world by allowing companies that want to change the world to have a platform to launch from. Today too many companies and investors are all about making …Read More »
Led Christmas tree lights
Xmas light gif shot by 23rd Studios Photography Boulder This strand of lights is a non flashing set and when photographed you can see the blinking associated with led lights.Read More »
Ph.D. candidate Andrew Berthaume of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department was one of five finalists at the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) competition for the Ken Cross Scholarship for Student Research to honor excellence in the profession of bicycle and pedestrian transportation. Berthaume presented a poster based on his research about “Hazardous Bicycle Maneuvers at Single-lane Roundabouts in Massachusetts: A Conflict and Events Study.” Berthaume’s paper …Read More »
Built in Colorado | Digital Leaders Luncheon
See the whole album by clicking on the photo above. Photography by 23rd Studios BoulderRead More »
Today was an unusual day in Boulder Colorado, well this is our first year living here the weather has been tending towards the un normal side of things. Well at least that is what we have been told, “Weather was like this 15 years ago, is what people say”. Rain every afternoon and humidity, makes us feel like we are back in the Northeast, well not really but sort of.
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On July 13th, over a hundred Coloradans from across the state gathered outside the Democratic Governors Association (DGA) meeting at the St. Regis Resort in Aspen to tell Governor Hickenlooper and other governors from across the country to say no to fracking and yes to a renewable energy future. The demonstration outside the Democratic Governors Association’s “Summer …Read More »
Skillshare is a community marketplace to learn anything from anyone. People can offer classes to others on any subject, from baking cupcakes to raising startup capital.
Skillshare launched in November of 2010 and much to my surprise, I just found out about it a couple weeks ago. I’ve already concluded that this company rocks! So why is peer to peer learning so important? Well think about it, information today …Read More »
#forwardonclimate rally 2013 February 17th 2013 was a day for the history books for the largest climate rally ever held in Washington DC
#forwardonclimate rally 2013
February 17th 2013 was a day for the history books for the largest climate rally ever held in Washington DC. There was a reported 50,000 people in attendance, according to the count by350.org.
Around the country rallies were held in solidarity with the larger group in DC, but the message was the same and climate is a topic that affects us all. Here is Colorado, …Read More »
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It All Started With Freckles
As a little girl, my mother used to tell me that “a face without freckles is like a night without stars.”This was her way of convincing a little girl who hated her complexion that freckles are beautiful. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m grateful for my mom’s loving …Read More »
.5 lbs ground pork loin
.5 diced white onion
6 oz cream cheese
2 TBS kosher salt
8 C. canola oil
2 cups fine corn masa
1.5 cups room temperature water
Sear the pork and onions with 5 TB of canola oil add 1TB of salt until golden brown, put aside to cool down.
Mix the corn masa flour with the 2 cups of water, and 1 tb of salt…. mix with your hand …Read More »