Sometimes, a link says more than I could ever say. Here are some fragrant little buds I’ve found recently, courtesy of ma.gnolia.
Janet Lee Johnson: Attensa Enhances My Productivity
Janet Lee Johnson has some nice things to say about her Attensa feed reader. I mean, sure, Attensa is a client of hers. But I’m willing to give her the benefit of the doubt when she states examples like, “Gives me the capability to tag my persistent search results (and have them appear in my del.icio.us account) and comment on blog posts that reference my persistent searches right from within the RSS reader itself,” and “Attensa searches 18 different sites for the most up-to-date mentions of any keyword combinations you want to track.”
Beer and Blog – Work Session at Lucky Labrador Brew Pub (Friday, February 22, 2008) – Upcoming
Come join fellow Portland bloggers for a work session this Friday from 4pm until at least 6pm at the Lucky Lab. We help each other work on our blogs.
Kryptiq signs up new customer for Allscripts interface
Portland-based Kryptiq, the leading provider of next generation healthcare connectivity solutions, today announced that Frederick Primary Care Associates (FPCA) has partnered with Kryptiq to provide secure patient access to vital information stored in their Allscripts™ clinical and business systems.
TechCrunch, Peaking, Etc.
Two interesting perspectives on the future of tech blogs. Worth the read whether you’re a fan of TechCrunch or not.
Vidoop Video Contest – What is your Identity?
While Vidoop hasn’t made the leap to Portland completely official. They were brave enough to use a Vanilla Ice lyric to start a blog post. So I’m going to let them in early. Not that I know it was a Vanilla Ice lyric.
Because I don’t.
Let’s move on to what Vidoop has going, “With everyone talking about what makes up your online identity (your OpenID, social network profiles, etc.) we wanted to give you a chance to tell us at Vidoop how you identify yourself. So make a video that tells everyone ‘How do you Identify’ and win cash!”
SplashCast political project
Portland-based SplashCast has provided the technology for the “Hillary speaks for me” advertising campaign. Word around the campfire is that they’re seeing a huge uptick as a result.
Thanks for the mention, I think technically my house is the current HQ for Vidoop here in Portland, so we are kind of representing in p’town… 🙂
Thanks Rick – authenticity and transparency are essential – but I’m thrilled with Attensa’s tool, I have to say. So thanks for the coverage. Not sure whether it’ll synch with ma.gnolia…
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