Tag: Links

Silicon Florist links arrangement for September 6, 2016

Hope everyone had a good Labor Day weekend. And welcoming back the rain. Here’s a roundup of links that includes Iovation makes an acquisition, Cedexis’ new digs, Jaguar Land Rover Incubator in TechCrunch, Notion and Watsi, Biamp manufactures locally, Pipeline Angels returns to Portland, and Mark Suster on what it’s like to negotiate a venture round. Read More

Silicon Florist links arrangement for September 2, 2016

Today’s links include those folks recognized for the 2016 OEN awards, Scooby-Doo, Scott Townsend of Opal Labs, drones, even more drones (that you can try), and books for entrepreneurs—even if they can’t afford them. Read More

Silicon Florist links arrangement for September 1, 2016

Today’s link arrangement includes information on Oregon BEST FEST, Deadstock Coffee, Billy, former Trail Blazer Brian Grant, Nations as startups, and SpaceX & Facebook. Read More

Silicon Florist links arrangement for August 31, 2016

Another random assortment of freshly picked links that struck my fancy. Some of them newsworthy. Some of them thought worthy. All of them, hopefully, worth your time. Today includes the Portland’s love of the Thorns, less and less code, more and more ADX, QuackCon, PIE and Built Oregon Community Hour[s], In-Q-Tel, and the Dropbox hack. Read More

Silicon Florist links arrangement for August 30, 2016

Here’s another collection of (what I found to be) interesting links. Among them, Skyward, PolySync, the cofounder myth, the next great platform, Chirpify, Nike, SETI, Grimm, and more than a Eugene teen wanted in a senior photo. Read More

Silicon Florist links arrangement for August 29, 2016

[Editor’s note: Back in the day—you know, when people used to actually blog—I would try to throw together link roundups to help share some of the stuff that other folks had written. Or maybe that I found super interesting but didn’t seem to fall within the “Portland tech startup” beat. I’m bringing this back for a limited time. Partially for old time’s sake. And partially because it seems needed.] Read More

Bullseye: Dart creates a way to have more private conversations around content

Forgive me, if you will, a brief derailment before I get to the news… Maybe it’s because this post is about sharing content that sparked this. But, remember those days—often too long ago—when I used to write about local products and companies that no one was talking about, yet? I mean, rather than talking about things about which you’d already heard? Read More

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