Arianna Huffington.Internet years are like dog years, which makes fifteen-year-old MapQuest more like 105. But this old dog can learn directions home if you believe Arianna Huffington, now a player in the old-money empire of AOL, which owns the company headquartered in LoDo. She talked about ... More >>
So what if Secretary of State Bernie Buescher didn't win re-election last November. In our book, he's still the coolest cat at the Capitol for being the only Colorado candidate (and one of the few in the country) to advertise on Pandora Internet radio, a move that just scored him a prestigiou ... More >>
Huffington.The sale of the Huffington Post to AOL this week has been much debated in media circles. Yet most of these conversations haven't addressed what, if anything, the move portends for the four regional HuffPo branches, including the one in Denver.
The word we get: status quo.
Michael Huttner.As part of the August 2009 launch of 50 Ways You Can Help Obama Change America, Michael Huttner, the book's co-author, as well as founder and CEO of ProgressNow.org, promised to give away a trip to Hawaii to the person with the best idea to improve America. Over two years late ... More >>
Earlier today, Sean Duffy, spokesman for gubernatorial hopeful Scott McInnis, said he didn't want his candidate to be reduced to a caricature by Michael Huttner, the man behind the left-leaning ProgressNow Colorado operation. After making that comment, Duffy noted that Huttner's very effectiv ... More >>
A Flickr photoArianna Huffington.
As reported in this space on Monday, the Huffington Post is planning to open a series of local branches -- and in a recent interview, Arianna Huffington, the site's namesake, revealed that an outpost in Denver would follow the launch of ones in Chicago and New York ... More >>
Arianna has her eyes on Denver.
The latest trend on the Internet is local, and new media juggernaut The Huffington Post is wasting no time leading the charge into desirable local markets. Not too long ago, the site launched its first local foray with the Chicago edition of the Huffington Post (arou ... More >>