July 21st, 2008

Vidoop execs to be profiled in The Oregonian


VidoopIt’s no secret that I started Silicon Florist as a way to shine a spotlight on the Web startups in town who—for whatever reason—don’t get the proper attention from the local or national media.

There’s cool stuff happening here. And stories that need to be told.

And when the traditional media starts taking notice—like when Oregon Business Magazine covering local Web 2.0 startups—that makes me happy. Because, quite frankly, these folks deserve the recognition.

And now, I have some more good news of the traditional media taking notice. I think. At least I hope.

For in a recent post on OpenID, Mike Rogoway of The Oregonian and Silicon Forest blog mentions:

Meet Vidoop‘s bosses in tomorrow’s Oregonian.

Just a passing mention. But, hopefully, the precursor to some real coverage for one of the most forward thinking companies in town.

I’ll be sure to hit the newsstand tomorrow, in hopes of seeing some decent ink on Vidoop.

[Update] And here’s the article from The Oregonian, “Coffee Break: Vidoop’s bosses.”

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2 Responses to “Vidoop execs to be profiled in The Oregonian”

  1. Mike Rogoway says:

    Hey Rick — I’ll be writing more about the Vidoops down the road, but tomorrow’s bit is just a “cup of coffee,” so to speak…Mike

  2. Rick Turoczy says:

    Every little bit helps, Mike! Thanks for covering these guys. ;)


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