Yes, yes. It’s a whole new year. But last year? It’s still hanging on. Just by a thread. I mean, we’re still being all reflective and stuff.
So let’s take a look at the end of the year. And see which Silicon Florist posts you and your peers found most interesting for December 2010. As ranked by Web and RSS traffic.
And here’s how it all rounded out.
- Legion of Tech reaches resolution on embezzlement
- Cyborg anthropology? An interview with Portland’s Amber Case from TEDWomen
- Could your startup use more exposure? Apply for the SXSW Interactive 2011 Accelerator [UPDATED]
- Urban Airship CEO Scott Kveton sits down with Robert Scoble, chats about push, apps, and future of mobile (Yes, I’m a poet. I know it.)
- eBay hits the “Buy It Now” button on Critical Path, joins Portland mobile development scene
- Saving Oregon’s Health System: A prescription for Oregon Governor Elect John Kitzhaber, MD
- Could you use an Angel? Early bird applications for OEN Angel Oregon 2011 close December 15 at 5 PM
- I want my single sign on. Janrain adds MTV Networks to their customer roster. And money to the coffer.
- Need another addicting game for your iPhone or iPad? Look no further than Portland’s own Ramps
- PDC Software Summit: Mayor Sam Adams wants the City of Portland to be known as a “laboratory of innovation”
What’s that? You need even more time to get nostalgic about 2010? Well, lucky you. Mike Rogoway has posted his top 10 from December 2010 as well. Wait, you want more? Fine. Here’s his review of good ol’ 2010. Well, and mine.
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