by GOODinPDX - 14 links
Links to web resources for Komen Oregon
by GOODinPDX - 130 links
Kyron was last seen the morning of June 4th at Skyline Elementary School near Portland, Oregon. He was wearing a black T-shirt with the CSI logo on it and dark cargo pants. He is 3 feet 8 inches tall and 50 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.
by GOODinPDX - 76 links
by GOODinPDX - 63 links
No city in the U.S. is as ready as Portland to launch a citywide or scaled testbed for ultra high speed open platform broadband.
Portland has the history, broad community support, willing businesses, committed local government, and cost-effective, year-round construction metrics.
We are poised to take immediate steps to collaborate with Google’s...
by GOODinPDX - 50 links
"Hopworks unveils our newest seasonal, Gigabit IPA. This special beer was made in conjunction with Portland's geek, creative and beer communities to help the City of Portland convince Internet giant Google to build an innovative gigabit fiber network here.
This fresh & edgy IPA honors Portland’s new gigabit network project to pioneer a connected...
by GOODinPDX - 35 links
Build a better bag and I'll link to it!
by GOODinPDX - 47 links
Create your own iPad Bag and I'll link to it!
A few suggested Bag ideas:
* Creative ways to use an iPad
* Photo sets of iPads - Commuters, crazy, sexy, cool hipsters doing their thing.
* Giveaways - Scammers vs. the real deals.
* Business uses of iPad
* Specific fields like medicine, journalism, multimedia etc.
* Videos of people...
by GOODinPDX - 71 links
Find out what PDX tweeps are tweeting about in Art, Tech, Music, Food, Good Causes and more...
New trending topics are added several times a day!
Do you want to be a PDX Tweet Reporter? All of these Twitter Times virtual newspapers are created from the people that each twitter page follows. It also pulls in tweets from the people they follow.
by GOODinPDX - 27 links
Can we promote YOUR Good Cause? It's FREE! Would your business like a FREE Re-used TV & DVD player to showcase local Good Causes in Portland? No commercial ads!
Do you know of an upcoming good cause event in Portland? Be sure to post with an @GOODinPDX on Twitter, so it can be shared with over 3,000 followers!
by GOODinPDX - 34 links
For 141 years OHS has been sheltering abandoned animals, fighting cruelty and neglect, and working to build a caring, compassionate community.
Although we have thousands of members and 1,200 volunteers, we are really nothing more than a single person saying 'Yes, I want to help.' On our Website you'll learn how to adopt a pet, report animal cruelty,...
by GOODinPDX - 43 links
A listing of shelters in Portland area and Southwest Washington
by GOODinPDX - 26 links
A nonprofit pet-support organization that operates during/after disasters in accordance with Oregon state requirements and FEMA best practices.
Tigard PETS organizes and administers a local pet and livestock sheltering plan. We are activated during/after small, medium, and large-scale disasters, such as earthquakes, floods, severe storms, volcano...
by GOODinPDX - 17 links
by GOODinPDX - 33 links
The Oregon Zoo is only five minutes from downtown Portland on Highway 26 West—also called Sunset Highway.
There are 960 parking spaces, 17 of which are reserved for persons with disabilities. There is a parking fee of $2 per vehicle. Members and visitors attending catered events will be exempt from paying the parking fee.
Visitors can avoid the...
by GOODinPDX - 73 links
by GOODinPDX - 27 links
Coffee Lovers & The Rock Bar in the heart of the Foster Powell neighborhood, the new up and coming spot of town. LIVE MUSIC FRIDAYS 4144 SE 60th (503) 775-3456
Coffee Lovers Cafe and Bar, a place to meet friends, experience or perform live music, participate in cultural and artistic events, and enjoy a great cup of coffee or cocktail in our spacious...
by GOODinPDX - 52 links
This is a spot to collect articles or portals that document the continued slide in privacy at Facebook.
If you have sites or Bags to add, post a comment or message @GOODinPDX on Twitter.
by GOODinPDX - 30 links
Leave a comment or @GOODinPDX on twitter to add a site with useful information related to Chile Earthquake.
Links related to earthquakes and general preparedness for worldwide or specific to Pacific Northwest region welcome!
by GOODinPDX - 42 links
Portland has one of the highest volunteer rates in the country. It’s no surprise that Portlanders are brainstorming and working hard to create fundraising opportunities for Haiti earthquake relief.
Here are several pages listing dozens of PDX businesses that are pitching in to raise funds.
You can also find resources specific to Portland on Google...
by BagTheWeb - 12 links
BagTheWeb offers a novel web linking platform where ordinary users will be able to make web links for collecting, saving, and sharing web content. In the meantime, your collective activities of linking will make the web better, more meaningfully connected. This new type of web links, user-generated links, will bring micro-orders to the web where...
by Guy Kawasaki - 18 links
A bag of Twitter informational sources compiled by Guy Kawasaki.
by BagTheWeb - 14 links
This is a bag built by BagTheWeb team. If you create interesting bags about Twitter, please leave comments with your bag's URL, or link this bag to your related bags, then we will know what you have created.
by BagTheGOOD - 29 links
South by Southwest (SXSW) is a set of interactive, film, and music festivals and conferences that take place every spring in Austin, Texas. SXSW first began in 1987 and is centered on the downtown Austin Convention Center.
SXSWeek 2010: March 12-21
Interactive: March 12-16
Film: March 12-20
Music: March 17-21
by Oliver Ding - 22 links
This bag is formed from excellent site Startup Review (www.startup-review.com) whice is a blog that profiles successful Internet start-ups in a case study format. The site was founded by Nisan Gabbay.
#Startup #Launch #Marketing #Reddit #Facebook #Flickr #Digg
by Juan Franco - 13 links
Ustudyhall is an online math learning center for 5th to 8th grade students. It allows students, parents and teachers to practice problems from different subjects and topics in their grades.
by Mesothelioma News - 14 links
by Oliver Ding - 20 links
The framework provides a typology of contexts that guides what sort of explanations or solutions might apply. It draws on research into complex adaptive systems theory, cognitive science, anthropology, and narrative patterns, as well as evolutionary psychology, to describe problems, situations, and systems.
by bagEDU - 30 links
10 scientific laws and theories you really should know.
1. Big Bang Theory
2. Hubble's Law
3. Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion
4. Universal Law of Gravitation
5. Newton's Laws of Motion
6. Laws of Thermodynamics
7. Archimedes' Buoyancy Principle
8. Evolution and Natural Selection
9. Theory of General Relativity
10. Heisenberg's Uncertainty...