Top 10 Silicon Florist posts for October 2010: Portland Seed Fund, Android, Bacon, and Cheezburger

Happy All Saints Day! Or post Halloween candy hangover day. Or whatever. That month flew by, didn’t it? I can barely remember what happened. It’s all a blur.

Luckily, we’ve got this here blog thing with posts on it. And we can use that to refresh our collective memories. So let’s do that shall we? By taking a look at the most popular Silicon Florist stories from October 2010 as ranked by Web and RSS traffic.

So how did things shape up? Let’s take a look.

  1. Portland Seed Fund: Y Combinator, it’s not. (Unconstitutional, it may be.)
  2. City of Portland: Calling all Androids! Well, at least these specific models of Android devices.
  3. How to build a successful startup in 21 days (Hint: Add bacon)
  4. Mike Rogoway is kicking my ass… and that’s awesome.
  5. Yes, Portland, you can has Cheezburger… and Teh Itteh Bitteh Book of Kittehs
  6. Portland Seed Fund: Talking with fund manager Angela Jackson of Bridge City Ventures
  7. Checking in on Portland Ten and its drive to incubate 10 $1 million Portland startups by October 2010
  8. Portland inside: MapBox iPad mapping app has Portland mobile geogeeking under the hood
  9. Work it, Portland: ActiveTrak, CardPower, Instrument, Rumblefish, and Urban Airship are all hiring
  10. Some strings attached: Puppet Labs acquires open source framework Marionette Collective