About

Until recently, Russ Arensman was a Colorado-based freelance writer with more than two decades of journalism experience. A few months ago he accepted a job as senior writer for a San Francisco technology PR firm. Although he is no longer posting additional material to this blog, he has left the site and its postings online as a reference for those seeking information about Colorado’s technology industry.

Arensman’s articles have appeared in Electronic Business, MIT’s Technology Review, Corporate Board Member, The Daily Deal, Global Finance, Institutional Investor and other magazines and newspapers.russ2.jpg

During the 1980s Arensman worked for several Colorado newspapers, including stints as business editor at the Longmont Times-Call, and technology writer at the Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph. In 1990 he moved to Hong Kong, where he helped to launch Electronic Business Asia, and later, Asia, Inc. magazines.

Since 1997 he — along with his wife, two daughters, two large, unruly dogs and two cats — has lived in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. A former member of the city’s Planning & Zoning Commission, he remains active in local school and community affairs and is a volunteer member of the Sunlight Mountain Ski Patrol.

Contact him at arensman@rof.net

© 2007 Russ Arensman, All Rights Reserved. Each entry and comment is owned and copyrighted by its author.

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2 responses to “About

  1. Russ. Welcome to the blogosphere! And thanks for featuring CLSDF in your blog roll. I will be certain to reciprocate and have subscribed to your feed. Keep up the good work!

  2. I’m reminded of Goethe’s idea: “Whatever you can do or dream, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now.”

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