Sometimes, a link says more than I could ever say. Here are some fragrant little buds I’ve found recently, courtesy of ma.gnolia.
Simeon Bateman write, “The focus of the meeting was not a technical subject but as more on actually running a small business. The meeting was lead by Lynn Hoyle and Kevin Spence, a local CPA and Attorney respectively. The meeting had a great feel with about 20 folks asking great questions and us getting to hear about the implications or solutions from a tax standpoint as well as from the legal side.”
Josh Bancroft writes, “I’ll be taking photos and shooting video, and posting real blog posts, but mainly, you can expect to keep up with what I’m doing via my Twitter microposts. You’ll find a daily summary posted here to the blog (but not in the feed), or you can see it all as it happens in my lifestream at http://www.joshbancroft.com, or follow me on Twitter.”
Web startups need coffee. Good coffee. And wireless. So I thought that this might be interesting to a bunch of you. Lyza Danger Gardner writes, “For PDX-ers still mourning the loss of local coffee chain Coffee People (summarily bought out of existence by Starbucks, who coveted their two drive-in locations on MLK Blvd.) might feel a little bit better knowing that there is somewhere that is still carrying the flame.”
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Continuing his series of lifestream posts from his SXSW experience, Josh Bancroft provides a recap and photos of his “Day 1.”