Tag: Google Fiber

We’ll still be here waiting backstage, Backstage

Well, at least we’re consistent. We never managed to get Google Fiber. Even though we submitted an RFP, we weren’t even really in the running for Amazon HQ2. And now, we just missed being the fourth location for the Backstage Capital Accelerator.

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We may not actually have Google Fiber, but at least you've got a shot at a Google Fiber Digital Inclusion Fellowship

Portland’s never-ending dance with Google around Google Fiber continues with no end—positive or negative—in sight. But that’s not stopping Google from applying needed resources to the Portland community. Like their Google Fiber Digital Inclusion Fellowship. Read More

Want Portland to have Google Fiber? Show your support at the City Council meeting, June 11

We’ve been drooling over the possibility of Google Fiber in Portland for quite some time. And that dream is getting closer and closer to reality. But it still has a few hurdles to go. Or rivers to cross. Or something. So if you’re interested in showing your support for the project, you might want to show up at Portland City Hall on Wednesday, June 11. Read More

Break out the Gigabit IPA: Google Fiber eyes Portland metro region as part of expansion plans

I know, I know. Four years ago, in breathless anticipation, we waited for Google to reveal the city they had selected to be part of their fledgling Google Fiber program. We had wooed them. We had brewed a namesake beer—Gigabit IPA. Surely Portland would be the leading contender for the service. Read More

Barley, hops, and Google Fiber: Beer and Blog Portland offers Google wooing nectar Gigabit IPA tonight

What would you do to woo that Google Fiber group and make them think kindly of you? Well, if you’re Portland, Oregon, you brew a special beer. Duh. And then you call it Gigabit IPA.

Let’s say—hypothetically—that there’s the search engine for finding stuff on the Internet. For the sake of argument, let’s call it “Google.” Now let’s say that that search engine wants to bring a big super fast Internet connection to some lucky city. And I mean fast. Gigabit fast. Let’s just call it “Google Fiber.”

What would you do to woo that Google Fiber group and make them think kindly of you? Well, if you’re Portland, Oregon, you brew a special beer. Duh. And then you call it Gigabit IPA. Read More

memePDX 029: Second Porch funding, Urban Airship AirMail, Google Fiber, PRTLND, Google and China, Nexus One, and @ MoMA

This week, Cami Kaos and I cover Second Porch securing $1 million in funding, Urban Airship launching AirMail, City of Portland wooing Google Fiber, PRTLND, Google and China, Nexus One, and the Museum of Modern Art acquiring the @ symbol.

Well well well, it’s Thursday again. And after a little technical difficulty and then a SXSW-induced hiatus, we’re all back in the studio to bring you another piping hot and fresh episode of memePDX, with all of the hottest tech stories in Portland and beyond.

This week, Cami Kaos and I cover Second Porch securing $1 million in funding, Urban Airship launching AirMail, City of Portland wooing Google Fiber, PRTLND, Google and China, Nexus One, and the Museum of Modern Art acquiring the “@” symbol. Read More

memePDX 025: 30 hour day 2 in Portland’s living room, ActiveTrak, Google Fiber, Urban Airship, Windows Phone 7 Series, Meego

Cami Kaos and I cover 30 hour day 2 in Portland’s living room (Pioneer Courthouse Square), ActiveTrak wins Seed Oregon, everyone wants Google Fiber, Urban Airship get $1.1 million, Windows Phone 7 Series, and Meego.

Well hello there! It’s Thursday. And that means it’s time for another episode of memePDX. I know. Kind of snuck up on you, didn’t it?

This week, Cami Kaos and I cover 30 hour day 2 in Portland’s living room (Pioneer Courthouse Square), ActiveTrak wins Seed Oregon, everyone wants Google Fiber, Urban Airship get $1.1 million, Windows Phone 7 Series, and Meego. Read More

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