Denver blog posts speak in mysterious ways. On our Backbeat blog, Leslie Simon provides an unusual guide to Phish's on-stage hand signals. The Colorado Independent's Sandra Fish on the handful of contentious House races, which are expected to be brutal and expensive. Denver Frank offers video adv ... More >>
Denver blog posts speak geek. At our Show & Tell blog, Cory Casciato shares a glossary of geek, from "fandom" to "nerdrage." Coyote Gulch: February storms boost Colorado's snowpack. The Colorado Independent's Sandra Fish notes that Bob Beauprez's big bucks give him a gubernatorial campaign advant ... More >>
There has been plenty written about Jared Polis's inane, inaccurate, insensitive slam at the Rocky Mountain News-- "killed," he said this weekend, by the new media. And there will be plenty more. Polis apologized yesterday. "I did not mean to offend nor to show anything less than a strong sense of ... More >>
Shortly after the Colorado Confidential website launched a year ago, David Bennahum, the author and onetime Wired muckraker who co-founded the project, told Westword that he wanted "to build an infrastructure to support promising individuals who could function as journalists -- people who could adhe ... More >>
As pointed out in this blog, the Rocky Mountain News recently offered what was described as a "voluntary separation package" to fifty Rocky employees age 55 and older who have worked at the tabloid for at least ten years. This plan, which is intended to shrink the staff by twenty workers, or about t ... More >>
CU student journalists feel they were kept in the dark about changes at their publication. Talk about a real-world lesson.
Colorado Confidential tries to give blogs a journalistic upgrade.