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New Tech Board - As the group is about to reach 9000 members it seemed like a great time to create The New Tech Board of Directors. Please nominate the people you think should be on the 2013 BOD. Elections will be held in February. - Nominate someone today
The Silicon Flatirons (SF) Center is a donor supported institution. SF does not receive direct funding from the State or the University. Once a year they do a pledge drive. If you believe in what Silicon Flatirons is doing, if you find value in the programs or services, or if you want to build opportunities for innovation to flourish at CU-Boulder, then I encourage you to support the Silicon Flatirons Entrepreneurship Initiative. Two ways you can support Silicon Flatirons.
New Tech Website update - The alpha version of the website is now live and ready for your critique/comments/suggestions/thoughts. http://www.bdnt.org (Bug tracking https://github.com/menro/NewTech/issues)
If you are interested in contributing time to help finish or would like to use the source, its now available, https://github.com/menro/NewTech
The product of over 50 person years of engineering effort, AlchemyAPI is a cloud-based text mining platform providing the most comprehensive set of semantic analysis capabilities in the natural language processing field. Used over 3 billion times per month by 23,000+ developers, AlchemyAPI enables customers to perform large-scale social media monitoring, target advertisements more effectively, track influencers and sentiment within the media, automate content aggregation and recommendation, make more accurate stock trading decisions, enhance business and government intelligence systems, and create smarter applications and services.
Silicon Flatirons (http://www.silicon-flatirons.org)
CU-Boulder's Silicon Flatirons Center is a donor-supported entity which helps connect the fabric of the Front Range's software, Internet, and telecom entrepreneurship scene. SFC's objective is to help catalyze startups by connecting CU to the Mile High Tech emerging company community. In addition to the Meetup, SFC's Entrepreneurship Initiative includes the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic, the Entrepreneurs Unplugged series, Crash Courses on entrepreneurship, and our annual March entrepreneurship conference. SFC additionally works closely with partners across the CU campus to present the New Venture Challenge. SFC is delighted to serve as a Meetup sponsor since 2007.
When you arrive at Scrib, say: Hi I am with BDNT, my name is "" and I reserved one of the BDNT/Scrib work spaces. Please post about your BDNT Scrib experience on Twitter using the hashtag #BDNTScrib, so the community can monitor. Address: Scrib 2060 Broadway St. Boulder, CO 80303. Schedule: http://bit.ly/Klyyl7
See you around town