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Now Reading: Fark on "Why the Wisdom of Crowds is Bunk"

Now reading: (Lexington’s own) Drew Curtis, founder of Fark.com, on  Why the Wisdom of Crowds is Bunk, and what Web 3.0 really is “The ‘wisdom of crowds’ is the most ridiculous statement I’ve heard in my life. Yeah I said […]

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Lexington Celebrates Tech Month 04.07.2010

Click here to view PDF. page 8 ACE Weekly April 8, 2010 Ace coverstory Tech Month in Lexington April: Tech is the New Keeneland Engineers, Creatives, Coders Flock to

Creative? You’re soaking in it

By Kakie Urch Lexington, is well, you know, creative. That’s what they’ve always said about us, heck, Ace has been saying

Fark’s Crayon Monkey, Joe Peacock, Had a Lot to Lose 01.06.2010

Click here to View PDF: Joe the Peacock, Fark's Crayon Monkey ACE January 7, 2010 page 7 BY KIM THOMAS Fark.com’s self-described “crayon monkey,” Joe Peacock, is famous for telling

Wi-Fi/Broadband Updates by Kakie Urch

Download the PDF By Kakie Urch Free wireless broadband service will be introduced in those areas of Lexington in time for the Alltech FEI Equestrian Games, Mayor Jim Newberry announced

Lexington’s Economic Development Chief Talks Broadband

Here’s a video of the city’s top economic development officer talking about how businesses, downtown and underserved communities will benefit

Lex Broadband to Expand

Broadband to Expand in Lex Downtown Lexington, the East End and Cardinal Valley should be hot by late summer By Kakie Urch Free

Startups Launched Last Weekend at Awesome Inc.

By Kakie Urch Dude in Louisville gets a Tweet. He clicks and signs up for the Startup Weekend event at

Tweaching 101: Twitter in Lexington

Ace still gets a lot of questions about Twitter, even though we’ve done several concept pieces on “why twitter matters” and that sort of thing. (You can search

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Techs in Lexington 7.23.2009

View PDF of Techs in Lex: Meet the Bluegrass Digerati Techs in Lex Meet a few members of the Bluegrass Digerati By Heather C. Watson   “Tech can happen literally anywhere you



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