July 1st, 2009

Top 10 Silicon Florist posts for June 2009

Top 10 Silicon Florist posts for June 2009

Wow. June was a tumultuous month for the Silicon Forest startup scene. There were some big wins like Open Source Bridge and the news of Reductive Labs moving to Portland. But there was quite a bit of sad news, too.

I wanted to give you a look back. Just in case you missed anything. But I didn’t want to just pick topics willy nilly. So here are the top 10 posts according to you—a combination of Web and RSS metrics—from Silicon Florist for June 2009.

  1. Meet the Top 100 Twitter users in Portland at Beer and Blog
  2. Awesome women in tech: Selena Deckelmann and Audrey Eschright
  3. Sad news: Oregon Media Insiders blog calling it quits
  4. City of Portland wants to hire you to improve PortlandOnline
  5. CubeSpace coda
  6. Portland Mayor Sam Adams wants Portland to be a “hub for open source”
  7. They’re in Oregon? 17+ projects that don’t get the Silicon Forest cred they deserve
  8. Who killed social media? Ask these folks
  9. Urban Airship: Providing air cover for independent iPhone developers
  10. What if we could get Wil Wheaton to show up for Open Source Bridge?

In closing, per requests, I’ve condensed the list to a Top 10 instead of the Top 25. Better? Worse? I’d love to hear your feedback.

(Voodoo Doughnut image courtesy Carolyn Coles. Used under Creative Commons.)

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