Sometimes, a link says more than I could ever say. Here are some fragrant little buds I’ve found recently, courtesy of ma.gnolia.
Dawn Foster’s “Startupalooza Twitters” Toonlet gave Toonlet’s Craig Schwartz the opportunity to explain a workaround for the Toonlet-sizing issue with which I’ve been struggling. I thought there might be others who would find this helpful, as well.
Bram Pitoyo writes “Boy, is this a small town. I got to meet people who also went to the iPhone SDK event last monday, and will most likely meet again at the Startupalooza.”
Did you know that the cool mapping technology that powers Unthirsty and KnitMap is available for your project. Neither did I. Until Startupalooza.
CNN writes “the city boasts a thriving entrepreneurial and venture capitalist community, with 2,571 start-ups (almost 5 per 1,000 local residents) registered in 2007.” And that’s not even counting your side project. Yes, I know about your side project.
Scott Kveton writes “The gist of tonight was to show folks how easy it is to OpenID enable their blogs. With most folks using WordPress these days, I did a basic install of WordPress 2.5 RC1 with the wpopenid plugin that Will Norris has built. From a couple of zip files to a full-fledged blog its about 5 minutes total work if you know what you’re doing.”
Panic, the shop that creates all sorts of beautiful Mac application goodness, has been a Portland fixture for more than 10 years. Here’s Cabel Sasser of Panic talking about some of the company’s history.