Thursday, May 13, 2010

Two recent stories praising Boulder, CO, as the next tech startup hub:
"Rocky Mountain High-Tech", New York Times, 5/13/2010
"To Nurture Boulder, Back-to-Basics Venture Capital", New York Times, 5/13/2010
From the first story:
A long list of communities around the country have tried to become "the next Silicon Valley." But very few have the mix of money, universities, a high-tech talent pool and appealing lifestyle needed to hatch tech start-ups. Boulder, however, has been luring tech industry veterans and young entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley and Manhattan with promises of a tech community that allows for lunch-break hikes in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
(Via @Rob_Abiera.)