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'''[[PortlandWiki]] is a collaborative community information resource for Portland, Oregon that is powered by [[PortlandWiki:Introduction|''you'']]. We welcome your creative input!'''
 
'''[[PortlandWiki]] is a collaborative community information resource for Portland, Oregon that is powered by [[PortlandWiki:Introduction|''you'']]. We welcome your creative input!'''
  
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Our aim is to represent the [[Voice of Portland]] by providing a citizen-generated news, information resource, knowledge hub and historical archive for Portland, Oregon and surrounding region.
 
Our aim is to represent the [[Voice of Portland]] by providing a citizen-generated news, information resource, knowledge hub and historical archive for Portland, Oregon and surrounding region.
  

Revision as of 18:29, 8 June 2011

Welcome to PortlandWiki.
The community-powered knowledge commons for Portland, Oregon.

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Come hang out with PortlandWiki! and join other contributors at our weekly meetups each Monday and Wednesday evening.

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PortlandWiki is a collaborative community information resource for Portland, Oregon that is powered by you. We welcome your creative input!

Graphic-photowinners-banner.png Our aim is to represent the Voice of Portland by providing a citizen-generated news, information resource, knowledge hub and historical archive for Portland, Oregon and surrounding region.


Go ahead; be bold! Get involved with PortlandWiki!


Featured Articles

Bicyclists are lovers.
  • Local blogs - Portland's diverse and interesting web logs identified here. Please add to this list!
  • Bicycling Etiquette - Handy bicyclist tips to win friends and influence motorists.
  • Shelter is a place for people to find refuge from the elements. It is one of the primary components critical to survival for every person: water, food, safety (shelter).
  • Iraq Veterans Against the War - Oregon Chapter - To hell with war, and to its demonic mongers.
  • Cascadia is a proposed independent nation in the Pacific Northwest, usually composed of Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia, that would be formed by seceding from the United States (and Canada).
  • Green industry - In Portland it's easy being green.
  • Horse rings - The small brass rings attached to curbs don't tether horses anymore... unless they're small plastic ones.
  • Personal Telco - Portland's answer (so far) to "Internet as public utility."
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  • Yellow Bike Project - (Pictured here in black 'n' white.) A community cycling "first."
  • Charles Olds - Olds shot a man "just to watch him ...uh... succumb from injuries suffered as a result of an act of manslaughter."
  • CivicApps - An open data / open source project sponsored by several Portland-area government agencies.
  • Portlandia - The second largest hammered copper statue in America! (The largest is the Statue of Liberty.)
  • East 82nd Avenue - A major North-South arterial on Portland's Eastside. Gateway to Felony Flats.

Things to see in Portland

Horse spotting! Just one of many fun activities you can do in Portland!

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Places to go near Portland

Long Beach, Washington: Convenient Portland getaway and home to the "world's largest frying pan."
Welcome to sunny Portland: "birthplace of Wiki"!


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Kotra, Mark and Ward wrangle wild wikis at Backspace Cafe.

Things to do in Portland

Gargle some holy water. Single bowl Benson Bubbler on corner of NW Couch St & NW 18th Ave. Near entrance of Saint Mary's Cathedral, Portland.

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News

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