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Bourbon!

BY MAX PRIBBENO
IN FORT COLLINS

Whisk(e)y is truly the water of life and local bourbon blogger Max Pribbeno has been writing about bourbon for years. He has spent considerable time at the local watering holes researching bourbon for his personal enrichment and has been sharing his stories for years.

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My Favorite Mountain

BY MARY HARNETT
IN FORT COLLINS

Mary Harnett is a master storyteller applying her kills as an artist to describe her favorite mountain. Her words compliment her pictures and vice versa. She takes us through a journey of nature as seen through the artist's eye.

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Cars

BY JONATHON JEFFREY
IN FORT COLLINS

Gearhead, auto enthusiast or car lover, whatever you want to call him Jonathon Jeffery has had an infatuation with cars since he was old enough to spell the word car. He talks about the unattainable, the unusual and even some jalopies that he has been enamored with his entire life. 

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Failing My Way To Success

BY HARRISON HAND
@ VOL 1 ON JUN 22, 2017

Harrison Hand is a product of a variety of life experiences. Focused on movie-making, the recession of 2007-08 ended his financing. He has taken his ideas from a screenplay and converted them into a series of books.

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DreamKillers

BY DEBRA DEVILBISS
IN FORT COLLINS

We have all had our share of ups and downs. Debra DeVilbiss shares her story of how her fairytale life took an unexpected turn and how she forged her path to recovery.

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Copyright and the Public Domain

BY BRIAN HANNING
@ VOL 1 ON JUN 22, 2017

Movies, books, music, art. We love to see these and share them with our friends. THe internet has made it easy but attorney Brian Hanning explores the legal boundries of public versus private domain and what we will be able to freely share in the coming years.

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Paw-Chalka-Chaw

BY ANDREW SCHNEIDER
IN FORT COLLINS

Andrew Schneider has had a storied life so far and he is happy to share his accomplishments and trgedies with us. His presentation encompasses his life as he moves from Wyoming to his new home in Northern Colorado. 

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Fall In Love With Data

BY AMANDA ARMSTRONG
IN FORT COLLINS

Data is a large part of our lives and is responsible for allowing us to understand how the world works. Amanda Armstrong discovered her love of data in college and shares her insight of how data can directly affect our daily lives whether we realize it or not.

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What Curation Could Be

BY NICK ARMSTRONG
IN FORT COLLINS

We are innundated with information constantly but who decides what we get to see. Nick Armstrong explores how information is disseminated and how to make choices in the information that we receive.