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Twitter Updates for 2008-12-11

Posted by on December 11th, 2008 at 8:05 am

[Editor’s note: Hi folks, this is a new feature that automatically displays a digest of all the updates I post to Twitter, which is sort of like a micro-blogging platform thingy. The “#” link will take you to the original post (called a “tweet”) on Twitter. — Jonathan]

  • Gresham Parks and Rec has decided to close the Springwater Trail at night due to safety concerns. Full story coming tomorrow. #
  • BikeCraft is packed! Wow. We’ll be here all night so come on down whenever you can. #
  • Check out Heidi Swift’s helmet cam video from the USGP in Portland over the weekend as posted on Wend Magazine’s site – http://bit.ly/mVwH #
  • I can’t believe we haven’t written much about this yet. The new bike/ped/transit bridge over the Willamette – http://bit.ly/5I8a #
  • Overheard on Portland police scanner: A lot of cyclists getting stopped and an “attitude” against cyclists? – hmmm http://bit.ly/xXLp #
  • Starting to feel some butterflies about BikeCraft…just a few hours away. I hope people have a good time and I hope the vendors do well. #
  • RE: Jonathan Nicholas. He ended up as VP of branding/marketing for ODS- Oregon Dental Services. #
  • Look where former Oregonian columnist and Cycle Oregon founder Jonathan Nicholas has ended up – http://bit.ly/FhbX #
  • Be careful out there folks. Someone seems to have run into a bus after slipping on some mud. Check out more in the O – http://bit.ly/TYal #
  • Check out the cool bike facility a condo developer installed down in posh NW Portland – http://bit.ly/uTUw #
  • The U.S. State Dept’s media arm, America.gov, did a story on biking in Portland, and they mention BikeCraft (sort of)! http://bit.ly/BEgW #

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