Sometimes, a link says more than I could ever say. Here are some fragrant little buds I’ve found recently, courtesy of ma.gnolia.
Josh Pyles writes “For the entire month of March, as well as a little bit of February and April i’ve been helping the folks at Jive with their new website. This was the single largest project i’ve ever been a part of, and it’s brought a lot of challenges my way, but in the end it’s turned out quite well.”
Audrey Eschright writes “We have our next code sprint this Saturday, 4/12. We’ll start at CubeSpace at 10AM, in our regular spot. Possible projects for this week include: fixing bugs, UI improvements, making the duplicate-squashing tool we’ve been quietly testing ready for public use, and importing more events.”
Sam Lawrence writes “Our Clearspace 2.0 was very exciting. The media, blogosphere, and twittersphere response was overwhelming. Our team has been cranking hard for many months to bring Clearspace 2.0 to market, and it is an honor to have this much interest in our work. A big thanks to everyone at Jive. Below is a sample of the about 34 articles that were written about the new 2.0 and the Jotlet acquisition.”
Robby Russell writes “By popular demand.. we’re happy to announce that we’ve just rolled out monthly subscription plans for Boxcar, our professional VPS hosting solution for Ruby on Rails applications. That’s right! You can now order a new Boxcar on a month-to-month basis for just $99/month.”
Nate Angell writes “Clearly my unconscious has been dominated recently by the revolutionary debate between the valiant Portvangelistas and their nefarious nemeses, Portvangelists like @kveton, @chrisorourke and @metafluence. I have a dream that one day we will all be marshaled to a common purpose, and my unconscious and tweetcloud will move on to brighter, shinier subjects”
Jaybill writes “In other news, if you’re a freelance PHP developer that’s local to the Portland, Oregon area and would like to both help out with communit.as and work on paid implementations thereof, please do not hesitate to contact me at heybill [at] jaybill [dot] com. There’s a job posting over at Silicon Florist that explains in further detail.”