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Jul 20, 2008
Linux Clinic
Free Geek

If you are arriving early to OSCON, and you have a Linux problem that needs fixing, or you are a wizard who can help others, escape from the pesky sunshine and join us at the monthly Linux Clinic at Free Geek at 1731 S.E. 10th in Portland, about 20 blocks south of the convention center. The main facility is closed, but we have access to the classroom in the southeast corner.

We will have wireless, ethernet, distros, coffee, cookies, and Penguinos, the premier penguin-themed mexican cupcake. We run until 5 PM, though in honor of OSCON we may move proceedings to the Lucky Labrador Brew Pub or Jax Bar, local open source hangouts that serve food and beer.

For more information, look at the PLUG wiki or contact Keith Lofstrom at keithl (AT) keithl (DOT) com

Apr 20, 2014
MIDI & Music Tech Clinic @ Central Library US Bank Meeting Room
Multnomah County Central Library

This event is open to the public.

MIDI & Music Tech Clinic is a drop-in event for troubleshooting MIDI/music tech difficulties. Come to learn, to teach, or to share hardware, software, and even recording knowledge.


• Bring the full make and model of each piece of gear and the manual if you have it ("I have a Roland SH-01 Synthesizer").

• Know your use case or questions ("I want to use an expression pedal to modulate the vibrato on my synth patch"). • "Experts" will be on-hand. • Laptops or other small pieces of gear welcome. A small set of speakers will be available. Sounds should be no louder than the volume of speaking for the library's sake.

Apr 29, 2015
TiE Oregon Pitch Club, featuring Kanth Gopalpur
PSU Business Accelerator

Join us for another edition of TiE Oregon Pitch Club!

Kanth Gopalpur, longstanding TiE Charter member, Board member and experienced entrepreneur, has just been named "Entrepreneur In Residence" for Business Oregon. What do you know about this state agency, whose mission it is to promote business and communities in Oregon? Did you know that this organization provides millions in grant money to all kinds of initiatives every year? And do you know how you might engage and get assistance to develop your business? Come find out more, and bring your questions!

Then we practice pitches! Pitch Club offers an open, supportive environment for entrepreneurs to practice their pitches and get actionable and constructive feedback. Bring your presentation and plug into the A/V system, or pitch without a slide deck. Or, come check out new companies and ideas, and provide feedback to the presenters!

All kinds of pitches are welcome: elevator-, concept-, sales-, co-founder-, or investor pitches.

TIE Members: FREE (and you can bring a pre-registered guest for $10); Public: $25