Prairie Moves: Adam Coomes, Karissa Tomsen, Doug Sisk and more
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What is Prairie Moves?
Published Tuesdays and Thursdays (one day late this week), Prairie Moves keeps our readers informed about career moves, media coverage, product development and more from the companies and individuals we cover on Silicon Prairie News.
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- Adam Coomes is starting a consulting company, Salt, with the goal of helping companies innovate, modernize, simplify and create more impact - salt.am
- Karissa Tomsen, formerly Partner in Charge of Media for Bozell, joined Intertwine Interactive as Vice President of Business Development
- John Schnipkoweit, co-founder and former CTO of Ovation Networks, Inc. (Cedar Rapids), left the company to prepare to launch RecBob (Cedar Rapids), a startup born out of Startup Weekend Iowa City - recbob.com
- Doug Sisk joined Electric Pulp (Sioux Falls, S.D.)
- Syncbak (Marion, Iowa) - Fast Company: "A Sneak Peek At The TVs Of The Future"
- Wade Arnold of T8 Webware (Cedar Falls, Iowa) - Cedar Valley Business Monthly: "20 Under 40: Whiz kid keeps going, keeps giving back"
- Startup Foundation Des Moines - Xconomy: "Startup Weekend Shuts Down Eight-City Startup Foundation Project"
- Dwolla (Des Moines) - The Talk Show: "The Talk Show #73: A Donkey's Got Nothing To Lose" (tune-in at 46:00 mark)
- SketchCamp Des Moines - Des Moines Register: "Illustrator saves the day at Mini SketchCamp DSM"
- Matt Waite of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln: - NewsFoo: "Management Wisdom of Battlestar Galactica"
- @MightyMoRiver Project (Omaha) - KIOS: "From Montana to St. Louis, Mighty MO project keeps track of Missouri River flooding"
- Jack Perry of Syncbak (Marion, Iowa): "It all began with a 13" BW Zenith TV"
- Uses This - Silicon Prairie Edition: "Tyler Bell"
- RDQLUS Creative moved into an office The New BLK's office - RDQLUS Creative Blog
- Pipeline (Kansas City) announced its judges for its Innovator of the Year event: Lars Perkins (co-founder of PIcasa), Thomas B. Pickens III (Astrotech), Suren Dutia (former Global Director of TiE) and Bob Litan (Kauffman Foundation) - Pipeline Facebook Page