Now that we’re past Turkey Day, how about just one more helping of November for you? Don’t worry. It’s very lo-cal. It’s the fluffy content from Silicon Florist, silly.
What did you and your peers find interesting this month? A lot of stuff. But I’ll only give you a few to read. Because you’re busy and stuff.
Here are the top 10 posts according to your peers—a combination of Web and RSS metrics—from Silicon Florist for November 2009.
- MioWorks closes doors but leaves with valuable startup lessons in hand
- Unfortunately, Microsoft layoffs will affect the Portland startup and open source communities, too
- Instant Action open house at Ground Kontrol tomorrow or Dude. My quarter was up there. I’m next.
- Portland Wiki project: City? Wiki. Wiki? City.
- If Turkey Tracker isn’t the quintessential Portland Thanksgiving activity, I don’t know what is
- Nebul.us has a not so nebulous tie to Portland (and I’ve got some invites)
- This ain’t your father’s Twitter background: COLOURlovers themeleon takes custom theming to a whole new level
- Health care geeks flock to Portland for open source CONNECT Code-a-thon
- Foodgeeks gets more social about geeking out over recipes
- Whiffies and Food Carts Portland featured on MSNBC, Strange Love Live gets a cameo
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