March 19th, 2009

Thank you

I just wanted to take a second to say “Thank you.”

I wanted to thank you for caring about what’s happening in the Silicon Forest. To thank you for keeping your eye on the Web and mobile startup scene. To thank you for giving all of the amazing developers in the area the attention they so richly deserve. To thank you for giving the entrepreneurs of Portland, Corvallis, Eugene, Bend, Ashland, Hood River, Vancouver, and all of the Oregon and Washington towns in between the opportunity to wow you with the products they’re building and the problems they’re solving.

I’m constantly reminded of how incredibly lucky I am that I get the opportunity to write about this stuff. And even luckier that you swing by to read about it. So thanks for letting me into your browser or feed reader or mobile device every once in awhile to share what people are sharing with me.

SXSW Interactive always reaffirms my belief in how lucky we are to have the community we do.

Thank you for being part of it.

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6 Responses to “Thank you”

  1. You’re the only blogger I know who is the most effusive to the very people who owe you a debt of gratitude.

    You rock Turoczy.

  2. Eric Nelson says:

    And in case you’re wondering why we love reading this blog, it’s all because of things like this.

    Thanks Rick, the community is only strong because of people like you.

  3. Thank you for taking the time to keeping us informed. You run a wonderful blog and I enjoy reading it. Keep it going!

  4. Ben Lloyd says:

    still laughing at Alex’s comment

  5. Don Park says:

    The SF adds to the glue that keeps portland tech people together.


    Thanks Rick.

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