March 25th, 2008

Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for March 26, 2008

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

Center Networks: Expert Network – First 3 Announced: Herman, Vaynerchuk, Turoczy

Ever feel like you got invited to the cool party completely by mistake? I did when Allen Stern wrote “Last week we announced plans to expand CN with a network of experts around the world who will provide content in their areas of expertise. Today I’d like to share the first three experts: Darren Herman, Gary Vaynerchuk and Rick Turoczy.”

Recession be damned, Intrigo’s still hiring

Nathan P. Bell writes “Intrigo’s search for top talent continues. Today we listed openings for three new job positions at Intrigo. You can find them on Silicon Florist’s brand spanking new job board or follow the direct links below.”

Paying rent to yourself for a home office

Kevin Spence writes “At the PDXwi event last week, I was asked a very interesting question: Should a home based single-member LLC pay rent to the owner of the home–the same person– in order to avoid any ‘piercing of the veil’ problems.”

Vidoop presenting at Startupalooza

Scott Kveton writes “This weekend (Saturday 3/29/2008 to be exact) we’ll be doing a demo of myVidoop and our ImageShield security technology during Startupalooza at CubeSpace in Portland, OR. If you’re in town and interested in learning more, by all means, come and join us!”

Get your geek on this weekend

This weekend, however, is an easily digestible precursor—an appetizer, if you will—to the geeky madness that will soon overwhelm Portland. So, it might be a good opportunity for you to dip your toe in the water. Or, to carry on the analogy, to get a taste of what the summer holds. Here’s what’s in store for those brave enough to venture out, this weekend:

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