Sexy Data, Smokey the Bear, and Mental Orgasms at Ignite Boulder 13

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Running out of ideas to geek on? Fear not. The 13th installment of Ignite Boulder showcased the unique perspectives of fourteen local geeks who want nothing more than for you to hear their ideas. Equipped with twenty slides, presenters were allotted five minutes to deliver their views on topics ranging from the possibility of reaching sexual climax simply through stimulating conversation to the odds that James Bond has probably contracted an STD of some kind from having sex with over 88 women in twelve countries. With MC Ef Rodriguez fronting the show, Ignite exploded all night with roars of laughter, told-ya-so's and a round of applause for the Boulder Emergency Response team.

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Aimee Giese: Graphic Design Logo Mechanics
Giese offered a plethora of tips and tricks to ensure your logo design process is both successful and catchy. Quick tips: Steer clear of the bandwagon, don't follow the Swoosh, and sometimes less is more. But then again, sometimes more is not enough, so hire a pro.

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Amateur Ape: How to Mix Beats
The DJ duo known as Amateur Ape used their five minutes to train and inform attendees on the ease of mixing music on either vinyl turntables or computer digitized mixers. In doing so, they successfully mixed Mystikal and Lynyrd Skynyrd, a deadly mash.

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Chief Andrew Moschetti: Information on the Fourmile Canyon Fire
Volunteer fireman Andrew Moschetti's presentation was geared towards one thing: Fourmile canyon. Using simple pictures and informative facts, Moschetti showed just how badly the fire affected everyone, including firemen in the community.

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Chris Rosen: Girl-Cott
Chris Rosen just got dumped. He is boycotting girls. Girlcott. If you want to hop on his bandwagon, hit him up at Atlas Purveyors. If you want to break his heart, be prepared for some backlash.

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