Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for April 14, 2008

Sometimes, a link says more than I could ever say. Here are some fragrant little buds I’ve found recently, courtesy of ma.gnolia.

Fixing Oregon Tech Education, a Call to Action

Jeff Martens writes “So I put out a(nother) call to action. If you care about technology education in Oregon. If you care about the jobs your kids will be qualified for when they are your age. If you love to complain about public education as much as I do. Get off your butt and join me in making a difference.”

OregonStartups.com News: 7 Reasons to Attend Innotech

Steve Morris writes “Here are just a few reasons you should check out Innotech this week.”

The Press is (Rightfully) Cynical

Mike Berkley writes “For those of you who follow me on Twitter (mike_berkley), you may have noted that I was in NYC the week before last on a press tour. I met with some very smart and very savvy journalists who cover digital media and marketing for top-tier publications like AdAge, AdWeek, MediaWeek, Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, Business Week, Fast Company, etc.”

Need Bloggers for Portland is Awesome

Dawn Foster writes “Do you love Portland and want to contribute to Portland is Awesome? If so, send me an email (geekygirldawn on gmail) with your desired username and a link to your existing blog. Assuming that your writing style is a good fit for Portland is Awesome, I will get your account set up and you can start contributing!”

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