October 10th, 2008

Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for October 10


GOSCON: Government Open Source Conf in PDX at Fast Wonder Blog: Consulting, Online Communities, and Social Media

Dawn Foster writes “I was just talking to Deb Bryant about the upcoming GOSCON event here in Portland Oct 20th – 23rd, and there are some very exciting things about the event. For anyone unfamiliar with GOSCON, it is focused on providing ‘forums to explore both the business case and real-world applications for open technology to deliver the next generation of government services.’ This is the fourth annual GOSCON event.”

Saturday Dinner and Hackathon – WhereCampPDX Blog

Via the WhereCamp PDX blog “After sessions on Saturday, the 18th, we’ll be heading over to Old Town Pizza for dinner and hacking. We’re asking attendees to RSVP and pre-pay for dinner with the form below. Join us to continue talking about ideas from the day’s sessions, and collaborate on projects.”

Shizzow Blog · Using Shizzow RSS: FriendFeed, Widgets, and More

Via the Shizzow blog “A few weeks ago, we turned the switch to make the RSS feeds for shouts publicly available. While we have a few people using them for something interesting, the rest of you slackers haven’t done squat with them. Here are a couple of ideas to get you started.”

Quick update | Oregon Blogs

Via the Oregon Blogs blog “There are at least 4 people looking at the codebase, including me. This is a good sign because, although it’s complex and feature rich, it’s relatively clean and Patrick (@plightbo) has graciously provided a script to grab the dependencies, meaning going from ‘broken’ to ‘not broken’ is relatively painless.”

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One Response to “Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for October 10”

  1. melissa lion says:

    I got not one but TWO pairs of Frye boots this weekend.

    THANKS ZAPPOS.COM!

    Wait, this is a post about shoes, right?


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