Tag: Twitter

What startups should be on everyone’s radar?

Any number of startups somehow wind up on people’s radars. But which companies should be on people’s radars? Great question from Portland’s Chris Cantino of Supermaker and Color on Twitter today. (And don’t be shy about nominating your own startup.)

Miss the “Do” conversation about the diversity, equity, and inclusion in Portland?

If you missed the opportunity to participate in the conversation about the “Do. Do more. Do better.” movement yesterday — which expanded into a broader conversation on the state of diversity, equity, and inclusion in Portland — the session was recorded especially for you.

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If you follow one Twitter account today, make it @WallOfMoms

There was a time, way back when in the early days of Twitter, that I used to recommend Portland Twitter accounts for folks to follow. While that’s not something I do on a regular basis anymore, there are certain times where I feel motivated to rekindle that effort. Like today, when I realized that the Portland Wall of Moms has a Twitter account.

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In the wake of massive hack, Senator Wyden rebukes Twitter for lack of DM encryption

If you haven’t yet heard about the Twitter hack, you probably haven’t been on Twitter. Or the Web. Or watched the news. It’s been all over the past couple of days so I didn’t really feel the need to cover it here. That said, when Senator Ron Wyden says something, it suddenly has immediate relevance for folks. And he commented today on how the lack of encryption on Twitter DMs could mean that those messages were accessed from compromised accounts.

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Is remote work here to stay?

Regardless of your corporate culture or views, remote work became a necessity for everyone as this global pandemic descended several months. But eventually — hopefully — we’ll come out of this. And that has many folks asking whether remote work is simply a passing fad or if it’s the future of work as we know it.

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Searching for some positive news? Meet a bunch of new Portland startups. All from the comfort of your Web browser.

Clearly, there’s a palpable amount of negativity floating around, these days. And with good reason. But the continued onslaught can get grating, if not completely debilitating. So if you’re looking for something more positive — and you’ve already binge watched all the Arthur and Zoboomafoo episodes you can stomach — maybe consider meeting some new Portland startups.

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A teaser for the upcoming Black History Month recap

It’s become a bit of tradition that Silicon Florist gets the opportunity to recap Stephen Green‘s month full of tweets about black owned businesses in Portland. Here’s a teaser for what’s in store.

Recapping the Built Oregon Womens History Month women-led company highlights

I love when folks take the time to highlight awesome Oregon companies. But sometimes, it’s hard to keep up. That’s why I’m taking the opportunity to capture Built Oregon’s Women History Month tweets so that you don’t miss out on these amazing entrepreneurs.

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Black History Month recap: A celebration of awesome black businesses in Portland

We’ve come to the end of another Black History Month here in Portland. And if you’ve been following along with Stephen Green on Twitter, then you’ve likely caught his efforts to feature a bunch of awesome black businesses in Portland throughout the month. I tried to grab them all in case you want to have them all for quick reference.

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Disappointed by the lack of snow… and kale? Have I got a Twitter account for you

There was a time when random parody and gag Twitter accounts were all the rage. Honestly, I kind of miss those days. That’s why I was really happy to come across a Twitter account that captures the vitriol about Portland’s weather hysteria. Well that and the lack of kale.

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