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Ace Weekly Fark on Mashable Screenshot Drew Curtis

Fark redesign today? Or maybe not. Mashable pings Lexington’s Drew Curtis

BY KAKIE URCH Fark.com CEO Drew Curtis has been hinting at a change on the “wacky news” aggregation site based in Lexington that gets 60 million PV and 3 million uniques a month. We were all invited on Twitter to […]

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What I Learned in San Antonio (on the Commerce Lexington trip) by Nick Such

GUEST OPINION, BY NICK SUCH Last week, I had the privilege to participate in Commerce Lexington's Annual Leadership visit in San Antonio, TX. Since 1974, our local chamber of

Fark.com’s Drew Curtis Makes Gizmodo’s “Top 25 Most Viral” List

Look at the photo collage. Find @aplusk (Ashton Kutcher). Look, as we say "catty-corner" (one up and to the left). Yep, that's Kentucky's own Drew Curtis, just a little

Tech Talks in Lexington

This story appears on page 4 of the October 13 print edition of Ace. Tech Talks in Lex, October 2011 By Kakie UrchTechnology, innovation, learning and play

MobileX gets even more Awesome third time around

By Kakie UrchThe third annual MobileX conference sponsored by Awesome Inc., a Lexington technology incubator and coworking space, drew the largest crowd yet Friday, as people spent Tax

Google it! UK Grad Matt Cutts’ Search for Success Ends Up in Silicon Valley

Ace p 4, April 7, 2011 UK Alum Matt Cutts is the Guy Who Makes Sure Nobody's Gaming Google BY CHRISTINA NOLL Every time you Google, you can thank University

Color turns S. Limestone into Big Blue Tech Lab

This article appears on page 4 of the April 7 Ace.   Nearly 500 articles were written about "Color" when the app launched March 24, making even

An App for… the Kentucky Democratic Party

The iPhone app for the Kentucky Democratic Party is now live. It's free, and available in the iTunes store.The app includes an events calendar; a party leader roster

Model Blogger: Joe Sonka of Barefoot and Progressive

Who are This Year's Models in Lexington? Model Citizens? Visionaries? Innovators? Big Thinkers who are also long on Action? Every year,  Ace

Input Lexington: Launching the Mayor Elect’s Fresh Start

Lexington Mayor-Elect Jim Gray's transition team today invited citizen input for "fresh ideas to improve our city and make our government more efficient."The announcement reads, "Transition Team



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