April 6th, 2008
Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for April 7, 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.
Audrey Eschright writes “Recently I’ve been talking to people about Portlanders and their many side projects. It’s been a little while since I attempted to describe the full list of mine (my Portland on Fire profile had a shortened version), so here goes.”
Bram Pitoyo provides more insightful coverage on local events. This time, it’s Beer and Blog. He writes “A lot of this [social media guidance] was also about human nature and social behavior, two subjects that I always found to be inherently thought-provoking.”
Matt Tucker writes “I’m pleased to announce that Jive Software has acquired Jotlet. Jotlet has built some amazing calendar technology that we’ll be incorporating into Clearspace in a future release. The two super-talented guys behind Jotlet are joining our team in Portland from Texas.”
Dave Hersh writes “While Clearspace has been very successful as a lightweight way to collaborate and organize content that was historically never captured, there were some consistent issues as our customers tried to get it deployed inside their organization.”