Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for December 08

WordPress Release Party and Blogger Food Drive | Our PDX Network

Aaron Hockley writes “In addition to bloggy goodness, we’re also holding a Blogger Food Drive. The Oregon Food Bank is currently handing out more food than they’re bringing in, so any contributions would be appreciated. Bring your non-perishable food donations to the WordPress party, or drop them off anytime this week at CubeSpace (622 SE Grand Avenue).”

Why Free Geek means so much to me and why it’s more important than ever!

Marie Deatherage writes “You all know how much I love Free Geek. I’ve seen quite a lot of nonprofits, and I have to say it’s the most amazing one I’ve ever encountered. Why? Well, here are a few of the reasons…”

Portland startup lands two Oregon tech vets for board – Silicon Forest

Mike Rogoway writes “Ontier, a downtown Portland startup launched earlier this year, said this afternoon that Oregon tech vets Les Fahey and Paul Gulick are joining the company’s board and investing in the business.”

The Great Portland Interview Experiment: Lawduck Edition

Dawn Foster writes “I had the pleasure of interviewing J-P Voilleque aka @lawduck for the Great Portland Interview Experiment. In this version, I asked the questions, and JPV provided the answers. I was also interviewed for this experiment by Grant Kruger if you are interested.”

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  1. […] thanks also to Rick Turoczy of Silicon Florist for including in his blog and to Oregon Startup Blogs for reposting. […]

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