August 13th, 2007

Gnomedex 2007: Portland Perspective

Every summer, a bevy of bloggers journey to Seattle for Gnomedex. And given Portland’s relatively close proximity to Seattle, a few of the Portland crew generally make the jaunt.

So last week, both Marshall Kirkpatrick and Josh Bancroft kept us up-to-date on the goings-on via Twitter. Alex Williams also provided some play-by-play from Portland, while watching the live feed.

While Gnomedex 2007 will likely be remembered for Mahalo-gate, Marshall proves that there was actually other content associated with the event, as shown in his SplashCast Gnomedex recap channel.

If you’re a Portlander who attended, by all means link up your recaps in the comments.

[August 15, 2007 update] Jason Harris just published a recap, as well.

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2 Responses to “Gnomedex 2007: Portland Perspective”

  1. Rick, I hadn’t seen this blog before! It looks great, and thanks for the linkage. Good luck!

  2. Rick Turoczy says:

    Thanks, Marshall!

    Silicon Florist is less than a week old, so maybe we’re still in “stealth mode.” ;)

    And thank you very much for the tweet. Very cool of you.

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