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Portland Lunch 2.0 @ souk: An Event Review

Lunch 2.0 at souk When: Wednesday, July 16th, 2008, 12:00 – 1:30, although I arrived about 15 minutes late due to pressing matters in the morning. Where: souk, which not unlike most creative spaces around Portland, doesn’t have a big sign and can be hard to find. What It’s About: Lunch 2.0 is an opportunity […]

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Bram Pitoyo, Portland Creative/Tech Event Review

PDXplore – Designing Portland: An Event Review

PDXplore – Designing Portland NOTE: Amber Case, who sat beside me in the panel, tirelessly typed every word that came out of the speaker’s mouth, thus producing an excellent recap. When: Tuesday, July 8, 2008, 6:00 – 9:00 PM Where: PNCA What It’s About: PDXplore is a sixteen-month long project between five architects, designers, urban planners […]

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Bram Pitoyo, Portland Creative/Tech Event Review

Portland Web Innovators – Demolicious!: An Event Review

Portland Web Innovators – Demolicious! When: Wednesday, July 2, 2008, 7:00 – 9:00 pm, although I started the pre-event an hour before at It’s a Beautiful Pizza, and ended the it with post-event drinks at The Side Door for another two hours. Where: CubeSpace. What It’s About: Demolicious is a chance for 5 local developers […]

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Bram Pitoyo, Portland Creative/Tech Event Review

Legion of Talk – Gary Vaynerchuk on New Media, Personal Branding and Promotion: An Event Review

Legion of Talk – Gary Vaynerchuk on New Media, Personal Branding and Promotion When: Tuesday, July 1, 2008, 7:00 – 8:00 pm, with the actual finish time at 8:30, and further conversation with the speaker continuing at the front porch until at least 10:30. Where: Wieden+Kennedy What It’s About: Gary Vaynerchuk was the first among […]

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Bram Pitoyo, Portland Creative/Tech Event Review

Portland Lunch 2.0 v4 @ Wieden+Kennedy: An Event Review

Portland Lunch 2.0 v4 at Wieden+Kennedy Where: Come on, now. When: Monday, June 30, 2008, 12:00 – 2:00 pm What it’s about: This time, it’s different. Instead of freestanding, you have comfy amphitheater seating. Instead of spontaneous connections, you have “dates”: someone from the agency that you paired up with and burned a DVD full […]

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