Comments on: Startups are big in Boulder, but where are the tech billionaires? http://blogs.reuters.com/paulsmalera/2012/06/20/startups-are-big-in-boulder-but-where-are-the-tech-billionaires/ Mon, 30 Mar 2015 20:30:08 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: daninofal http://blogs.reuters.com/paulsmalera/2012/06/20/startups-are-big-in-boulder-but-where-are-the-tech-billionaires/#comment-345 Thu, 21 Jun 2012 14:35:31 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/paulsmalera/?p=345#comment-345 Maybe Wikilife.org will be Boulder’s Wikipedia.
Not a Billiom dollar endeavour, but a humanitarian effort.

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By: JoelGratz http://blogs.reuters.com/paulsmalera/2012/06/20/startups-are-big-in-boulder-but-where-are-the-tech-billionaires/#comment-344 Thu, 21 Jun 2012 02:25:07 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/paulsmalera/?p=345#comment-344 Paul – many thanks for this well written piece! As a nine year Boulderite who chose to head west after growing up in eastern Pennsylvania, I can attest that your closing paragraph is on point. Boulder shines because we people who are very talented professionally who also enjoy the less techy side of life (like running up the nearest mountain). And it’s good to know that we also have restaurants fit for venture capitalists:-) Maybe we’ll see a billion dollar idea, or maybe not. But that person you heard in front of Ozo coffee was definitely not me, because if I can work on something that I’m passionate about (hey, weather) and lead the business for decades into the future, I’d be perfectly pleased with a hundred million dollar company…!

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