March 1st, 2013

Not exactly the Portland hardware renaissance for which we were hoping


Not exactly the Portland hardware renaissance for which we were hoping

Portland has always boasted a diverse group of hackers in town—hardware hackers among them. And with the growing interest, affordability, and accessibility to hardware, I’m convinced that we’re poised to see hardware go through a bit of a renaissance.

Dorkbot PDX, Tindie, Thing Tuesday, Kickstarter—even corporate pursuits from Nike and Jawbone—all point to something special beginning to happen in Portland.

Putting that all aside—and I do mean way, way aside—here’s a little Friday levity that riffs on that renaissance.

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4 Responses to “Not exactly the Portland hardware renaissance for which we were hoping”

  1. Al says:

    More hipster stupidity. What a waste of time.

  2. This might be the best thing.

  3. That level of production value feels like it ought to disqualify someone’s application to PIE.

  4. Jmartens says:

    Love this. Would we all agree that this is creative advertising from Oreo?


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