The Unreasonable Institute's culminating event, the Unreasonable Climax, will go down this Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 21, in Boulder. Friday's "A Day for Play" consists of free workshops, activities and discussions for Climax attendees at venues across downtown Boulder, including Shine, SCRiB ... More >>
Dino Costa.Dino Costa was among the most controversial Denver sports-radio personalities in recent memory. But after the 2009 crash and burn of DenverSportsRadio.com and a brief stint on The Truth, he got a national gig on Sirius XM, and was soon kicking ass. Now, he's returning to Denver for ... More >>
After a four year legal battle with over 3,000 independent music publishers, YouTube has agreed to pay licensing fees to the National Music Publishers Association. While this doesn't affect YouTube's preexisting contracts with the four major labels, it does change the way YouTube and its pare ... More >>
Sol Trujillo.Crews will be taking down the big blue Qwest signs high above California Street next week, replacing them with the bilious green CenturyLink logo. So ends an acrimonious era, as Qwest -- the former fiber-optic whiz kid, the brash bad boy of the telecom world who came to town amid ... More >>
This might be some of the weirdest copyright related news we've run across in a while. FilmOn founder Alki David has teamed up with a slew of musicians to file a lawsuit against CBS Interactive and CNET over CNET's distribution of LimeWire. Back in November, a federal judge had to issue a res ... More >>
The Colorado Attorney General's Office has compiled its list of the top 10 complaints it received in 2010 -- an unhappy roster broken down generically and specifically. In both cases, gripes about rebates hold the top spot. But when it comes to businesses by name, the outfit that prompted the ... More >>
What, no dinosaurs? Lame.What do you get when a popular game company swallows its pride and asks the anonymous users of 4chan's video game forum why they didn't like the new Call of Duty? You certainly don't get a courteous discussion of the merits of the game along with some constructive cri ... More >>
The Internet is a funny place for singer Jonathan Coulton.
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Although Sunday's preseason pairing between the Denver Broncos and the Houston Texans aired locally on Channel 31, coverage was actually provided by the NFL Network, a venture owned and operated by the National Football League. This fiduciary relationship may explain why the broadcast team of Spero ... More >>
Deproduction has a plan to save public-access TV in Denver. Good luck.
Tim Wirth dials in on the telecom wars.
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California State Teachers Retirement System
There are a million Qwest stories in the naked city. This is just one of them.
Professional fisherman Ted Takasaki has figured out all the angles.
Not everyone is aboard Colorado's high-tech locomotive.
Who paid what to clean up Lowry Landfill? That's confidential.
A partnership between Qwest and the state may sink a rural Internet provider.
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Dire predictions for music in the Y2K.
A state senator and his range-riding pal team up to hog-tie a crucial piece of telephone legislation.
Did the recently concluded fight over the Magness fortune have an oddly familiar ring to it? Here's why.
Atari aficionado Rick Trotter finally faces reality: His beloved has joined the ranks of the eight-track and the Betamax.
In the brave new world of telecommunications, US West has an ace up its sleeve: the residential phone customer.
THE INFORMATION HIGHWAY ARRIVES--AFTER A FASHION--AT TWO LITTLETON HIGH SCHOOLS.