February 1st, 2008

Silicon Florist’s links arrangement


Sometimes, a link says more than I could ever say. Here are some fragrant little buds I’ve found recently, courtesy of ma.gnolia.

How I’d like to use Twitter for work

Could we be seeing some early thoughts around extending the functionality of Jive Software’s Clearspace?

“As I’ve been using Twitter, I’ve realized that there are some posts I make (or that I’d like to make) that are related to the work I’m currently doing. For example, I’ll post a URL that I’d want the people working on Clearspace 2.0 and our PR Agency to see.”

Finally, A Fast Wonder Redesign

Dawn Foster’s Fast Wonder gets a new look. Read here post about the how and why.

Leaving Nokia, Joining MyStrands

Dr. Joseph McCarthy, former Principal Scientist at Nokia Research Center Palo Alto, has joined Corvallis-based MyStrands as Principal Instigator.

OEN: Take a ride on the bus.

The OEN CEO Bus Tour is coming up this Friday and it should be not only fun but interesting too. The first stop will be at Vesticon, a company whose mission it is to cure Vertigo.

Oregon 2007 VC Investments Significantly Higher

Oregon ranked #16 compared to other states in 2007 venture capital investment-dollars, with $301 million invested in 40 deals.

For all you software development nerds

Kevin Spence of Portland Small Business posts: “I just saw this on my feed reader this morning. The Impact of Component Modularity on Design Evolution: Evidence from the Software Industry authored by Alan MacCormack, John Rusnak, and Carliss Y. Baldwin.”

Vimeo Search Improvements

Portland’s own Dalas Verdugo posts on search improvements to Vimeo: “Now when you search for videos and people on Vimeo, you have more options for sorting and filtering your search results. These new options will help you to refine your search and pinpoint exactly what you’re looking for.”

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