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Andrew Hyde

Brett Greene

Jen Myron

Michael Sitarzewski

Michael O'Sullivan

Todd Burry

Everyone has an iPhone

David Schott

Kevin Mann

Andrew Hyde, @andrewhyde, of Techstars, who helped pull together the group that showed up for the CNET Road Trip 2009 meetup in Boulder on June 23, 2009. Techstars, which is in both Boulder, Colo., and Boston, provides seed money and mentorship for early-stage start-ups.

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Brett Greene, @brettgreene, of blindinfluence.com.

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Jen Myron, @jenmyronuk, who recently moved to Boulder from San Francisco, and is loving it.

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Michael Sitarzewski, @z3rr0, is one of the principals of HyperSites.

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Mark O'Sullivan, @navvywavy

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Todd Burry, @toddburry

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Being from the Bay Area, I am used to seeing lots of iPhones in small groups. But I haven't had the same experience outside Northern California. Until now. At the meetup, there were at least six iPhones in evidence, including one iPhone 3G S, whose owner said he would recommend upgrading to the device to any iPhone owner.

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David Schott

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Kevin Mann, @kevinmann

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Luke Tilsley, @skyetek

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