Category: StrangeLoveLive

What’s better than Boxing Day? Strange Love Live on Boxing Day, of course!

Strange Love LiveI know, I know. You’ve all been girding up for your Boxing Day celebrations. Braving the weather and the treacherous conditions to make sure that everything is just so on December 26th. So when you’re done with the hectic Boxing Day goings-on, why not take a load off and reward yourself?

How, you ask? With Strange Love Live, silly.

At 10 PM, December 26th, Cami Kaos and Dr. Normal have been kind enough to welcome me into their studio, yet again, to discuss the Silicon Forest tech scene. What happened in 2008 and—more importantly—what’s going to happen in 2009.

And if that’s not exciting enough, then try this: Strange Love Live is now on Mogulus, which means more quality audio and video for you. Win win win.

So now, you can enjoy the holidays, knowing full well that at 10 PM on December 26th, you’re going to be able to get your Strange Love Live fix.

Don’t say I never gave you nothin’.

And don’t forget, if you—yes, YOU!—want to be part of the Strange Love Live show, make sure to proffer your predilection for prognostication by submitting your predictions for the Silicon Forest tech scene in 2009. We’ll be discussing the best submissions during the show.

Rest assured, I’ll be doing everything in my power to ford the snowpocalypse or thawnami to make it to the studio.

One night only: ReadWriteWeb’s Marshall Kirkpatrick on Strange Love Live

It’s Friday. It’s kind of chilly outside. You’re looking for something to do. Why not spend some time by the warm glow of your monitor learning some interesting stuff from some interesting people?

That’s why there’s Strange Love Live, the weekly podcast hosted by Cami Kaos and Dr. Normal. Dare I say, “the best podcast in Portland”? Indeed, I dare.

What’s that? You haven’t seen Strange Love Live? Are you kidding me?

They’ve got a guest list that boasts a veritable who’s who of the Portland tech scene—Nate Angell, Josh Bancroft, Bram Pitoyo & Amber Case, Aaron Hockley, Scott Kveton, Don Park, Chris O’Rourke, Craig Schwartz, the Shizzow team, and many, many more. And while the podcast is always well worth the listen, there’s nothing quite like watching the show live.

And tonight would be a great night to tune in, because the special guest is none other than Marshall Kirkpatrick, the Emperor of RSS, VP of Content Development at ReadWriteWeb, and just all around nice guy.

The show starts at 10-ish on Friday nights.

And I’ll look forward to seeing you in the chat room, tonight.

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