Tag: comic book

There are no words: Stan Lee, Bruce Campell, Hulk, Fonzie, and the eye maker from Blade Runner at Portland Comic Con

Forgive me if I derail from the tech and startup stuff for a moment. But. Deep breath. I… I really don’t know what to say. I mean other than ZOMGWTFBBQ!!!1!

Ahem. Portland Comic Con is insane, this year. Read More

Wonder Woman Day: Take the day to geek out on comic books instead of tech and support a good cause

I’m hoping a whole bunch of tech geeks join a whole bunch of comic book geeks at Excalibur Comics on Hawthorne for a very good cause, Wonder Woman Day, an event to benefit Bradley Angle.

Now, granted, this isn’t a tech article per se. But let’s be serious. Comic books and geeks? They go hand in hand. And being helpful and Portland tech types? Also a fairly common combination. So I thought I would step away from startup stuff for just a second and give you details on some comic booking for a good cause this weekend. Read More

Toonlet enables creation of Becker Street, the Kindle comic book

It’s no secret that part of the magic of this generation of Web startups is the whole social aspect of what’s happening. And while, no doubt, that’s a big component of what we see occurring, there’s something more important that’s often overlooked: enabling.

Web 2.0 is all about enabling. Enabling you to do things that would be practically impossible without the technology. Things like enabling you to find what you want when you want it. Enabling you to broadcast your opinion to the world, quickly and easily. And enabling you to do things like build comics and release Kindle books. Read More

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