Month: February 2013

New look for Portland's Digital Trends

Somebody started their spring cleaning a little early this year. Digital Trends, the most popular blog in Portland, has launched a redesign of their site—and a renewed editorial focus. Read More

Something to celebrate at Portland Lunch 2.0: New Relic lands $80 million in funding

While Portland Lunch 2.0 is always a great excuse to get together, it’s always nice to have something to celebrate. And this month’s hosts just announced some big news: New Relic has secured $80 million in funding led by Insight Venture Partners. Read More

Portland's Visere acquired by Jawbone, putting the Rose City at the center of Quantified Self hardware

Another Portland company just got snapped up. And now Jawbone has a Portland office—bringing the agency that collaborated with Jawbone on UP into the mothership. Read More

Nothing 2-bit about it: Uncorked Studios adds Anne-Marie Harbour to team

Portland contextual-design agency Uncorked Studios—which was founded by former Wieden+Kennedy folks—has added another W+K alum to their roster, Anne-Marie Harbour. Read More

Is that a FlatLight in your pocket or are you just unhappy to see me?

It’s crazy how minuscule technology is getting these days. And how the smaller-and-smaller hardware form factors are enabling people to rethink common tools.

Take the FlatLight, a Kickstarter campaign from Portland’s Tater Tot Designs. Read More

What makes the Portland startup scene special? Mat Ellis of Cloudability has a few ideas

You get to hear me blather on and on about the awesomeness that is the Portland startup scene. And perhaps unfortunately for you, I have no plans of stopping any time soon. But it is nice to hear what other folks think. Enter Mat Ellis, cofounder and CEO of Portland startup Cloudability. Read More

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