August 9th, 2010
Portland open source, startups, and mobile… oh my! The all time top 30 posts on Silicon Florist (so far)
So Silicon Florist turned three years old. And in those three years, it has featured more than 1500 posts. But what have you, gentle reader, found most appealing in those three years?
Don’t remember? Well, luckily, through the magic of analytics, we can tell. After taking a gander at the stats throughout Silicon Florist’s existence—both Web traffic and RSS traffic—30 stories bubbled to the top. What were they? Let’s take a look.
- Mayor Sam Adams and the City of Portland to open source, open data, and transparency communities: Let’s make this official
- Here’s the Deadliest Catch: Hiring an Agency to Build Your Startup
- Getting even more creative: Wieden + Kennedy launches Portland Incubator Experiment
- Community: The Secret Sauce of a Successful Internet Startup
- What down economy? Five Portland startups looking to hire developers and technical talent
- 5 best bets for Portland happy hours, cheap cocktails, and discount drafts
- Portland Web and graphic design community to the City: Spec work? Ur doin it wrong
- Wifi, caffeine, and coworking: 10+ Portland coffee shops for meeting up with Portland’s tech types
- Portland, Oregon, is the most entrepreneurial town in the world
- From Air Sharing to Zipcar: 40+ iPhone apps developed in the Silicon Forest
- As the Twitter turns: Chappelle’s (no) Show Portland or Dave’s not here… wait hold the phone, yes he is
- What are the top 20 Portland blogs?
- Meet the Top 100 Twitter users in Portland at Beer and Blog
- Oregon’s next governor: Assessing 14 candidates’ online presence and social media savvy
- Sadly Jive Software layoffs confirmed
- MioWorks closes doors but leaves with valuable startup lessons in hand
- Air Sharing: Vancouver iPhone app gets more than 700,000 downloads in one week
- 80+ WordPress designs from Portland and the Silicon Forest
- What are the most popular iPhone app icon colors? With Icon Rainbow, now you know
- Portland, Oregon, joins the ranks of the open cities, officially embracing open data and open source
- Portland Ten: Incubating 10 $1 million startups by 2010
- What’s it like to submit an application to the iPhone App Store?
- Portland’s top 30 tech Twitter-ers (#1 may surprise you)
- Hacking PDX: Compiling a geek’s guide to Portland International Airport
- Portland Development Commission Hosting Lunch 2.0 May 19
- REMINDER: Mobile Portland talks SMS, MMS, and short codes tonight
- Awesome women in tech: Selena Deckelmann and Audrey Eschright
- Shizzow knows Portland, Oregon. Now get to know Shizzow.
- ExpressionEngine 2.0 sneak peek
- They’re in Oregon? 17+ projects that don’t get the Silicon Forest cred they deserve
So there you have it. The top 30 stories on Silicon Florist during the three years of its existence.