Leave it to Portland. In a day and age where more and more solutions are going for faster, slicker, and more invasive, folks like August & Wonder are taking a completely different approach. What if, instead of glowing and bleeping, the latest high tech gadget appeared to be a finely crafted and seemingly analog object?
While Mozilla has been part of the Portland tech community for more than a decade, they didn’t officially open an office here—their first US office outside of Silicon Valley—until five years ago. But with ever growing concerns about privacy and security on the Web, Mozilla has recently started making a lot more noise about their presence in the Rose City—and their Firefox Web browser.
Oh sure. You claim to be a Jedi. You may know the ways of the force. But can you build your own lightsaber, smarty pants? “I can’t find the right crystals,” you say. “I don’t know how to forge the hilt components.” Blah blah blah. Quit your whining. Now, you can build your own artisanal handcrafted lightsaber like any self respecting Portland Jedi should. Read More
Whenever someone asks me what sets Portland apart from other up and coming startup scenes, one word always jumps to mind: craft. Portland is a town of makers. Of makers who pay particular attention to their craft. To detail. Be it code or beer or food or clothing. Read More