For many of you, I’m assuming the answer to that question is no. Not because you don’t want to. Not because you don’t realize the value. But because you simply can’t seem to carve out the time in your busy schedule to get it done. Maybe some accountability and camaraderie would be helpful? Like a book club?Read More
Rentin', readin', and returnin': Portland's iFlipd creates a platform for renting ebooks — and getting value out of recycling them
Leave it to Portland. I mean, when one of your landmarks is an entire city block crammed full of new and used books, you may have a thing or two to say about how we read—and share in the experience of the written word. And while ebooks may have changed that dynamic a bit, one Portland startup is working to rethink how we can be using that format more effectively. Read More
Avogadro Corp: The 10,000 person Internet behemoth Portland has been waiting for
Let me tell you about the world’s most powerful internet company, and how it looks for them to be headquartered in Portland. No, there isn’t a massive company moving to Portland.
But in William Hertling’s new book Avogadro Corp, it’s already based here. Read More