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1164_c4cdb7a0be_small August 13, 2010 by Danny Schreiber

Omaha Since first hearing about Omaha Creative Week a few months ago we began brainstorming ways to become involved. At Silicon Prairie News, we're excited about highlighting our city's creative community, whether it… read more

1096_c2691ba1ba_small July 27, 2010 by Danny Schreiber

(Photo by hennasabel via Flickr) The goal of Prairie Moves is to keep our readers informed about career moves, press coverage, and product development from the companies and individuals we cover on Silicon Prairie News. If you or your company would like to submit one of the items below for our next Prairie Moves post, please email info@siliconprairienews.com. read more

965_d408343c55_small June 10, 2010 by Andrea Ciurej

Omaha As part of a content syndication partnership, the following article also appears in this week's (June 2-8) issue of Shout!, an alternative weekly newspaper in Omaha. Each Wednesday, look to Shout!'s Silicon Prairie News page for a feature story and "Quick Scoop." | While pursuing a master’s degree in music composition from the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), Timothy Vallier was a music theory teaching assistant who would be considered a...  read more

939_76776203d6_small May 27, 2010 by Guest Contributor

Omaha Thanks to a media sponsorship from Andrew Warner of Mixergy, we had the pleasure of meeting Mixergy's producer, Giang Biscan. After her experience at Big Omaha, she wrote about it on her blog, AsAble.com: My personal diary of #BigOmaha. Since publishing it on May 18, she's given us permission to re-post it on Silicon Prairie News – she's made a few edits and added an afterward detailing an email she received from Omaha's Mayor Jim Suttle.  read more

932_2b75f9cb3d_small May 26, 2010 by Danny Schreiber

Omaha Starting with AIM Institute's Happy Hour at 5 p.m. tomorrow, Omaha has quite the lineup of events these next two weeks. For example, if you weren't able to make it to Big Omaha or were there and missed out on exploring Scott Blake's Barcode Art (left, photo by Malone & Co. Photography), I strongly encourage you to stop by his studio this weekend. Three Omaha artists will be opening their art studios to the public on Saturday, May 29 from noon to 5 p.m. read more

924_6c367a74ad_small May 25, 2010 by Dusty Davidson & Jeff Slobotski

Omaha As we sit here just over a week since we kicked off Big Omaha 2010, we're still unbelievably amazed by what took place in our community over the course of two and a half days. A new level of excitement and passion was born at this year's event. People left changed, and for that we're extremely grateful. This year saw over 500 people come to KANEKO to experience the event we created just two short years ago. read more

904_165b9f7672_small May 14, 2010 by Adam Templeton

Omaha 8:32 a.m. The doors are open, the breakfast table is stocked and the mic's gettin' tested… Big Omaha 2010 is underway! Jeff and Dusty should be taking the stage in roughly 30 minutes for the day's opening speech. We'll check back in with you then! | 9:11 Jeff and Dusty are on stage. Here we go, folks! | 9:21 The crowd looks bigger and bolder than last year's, and the Silicon Prairie News guys have been working overtime to make sure Big Omaha 2010 is in… read more

902_0f259010d1_small May 13, 2010 by Danny Schreiber

Omaha Big Omaha year two is about to go down. Big Omaha year one was a success. How did all this come to be? When the short story is told, it starts in the summer of 2008 when Jeff Slobotski challenged himself and Silicon Prairie News co-founder Dusty Davidson to set a date, find a venue and book speakers in order to hold a first-class, unforgettable event. In May 2009, the event was held at KANEKO with more than 400 in attendance to hear from a robust… read more

877_ced04c3641_small May 8, 2010 by Danny Schreiber

Omaha The video above just about sums up our blog these past few weeks. My apologies to our regular readers, we've been so hunkered down with Big Omaha preparations that we haven't dedicated time to keeping up with the many things going on around us. And there are many things. Here's just a handful of stories we've missed the boat on covering: Founded in 2007, Omaha-based Financial Transmission Network, Inc. (FTNI), a provider of electronic payment… read more

851_30a83ec4f8_small April 23, 2010 by Jeff Slobotski

Omaha Mentioned this week * Filming on location on from KANEKO & Slowdown. Or... * Startup Lessons Learned Conference is being simulcast today at BrightMix * New Opportunities on the Prairie post * Berkshire Tweetup – Saturday May 1, 3:30 p.m. at Slowdown * Big Omaha – Get your tickets now! Also, our appologies for the size of Dusty's head relative to Jeff's. We've done a number of Skype Weekly Wrap Ups, you'd think we'd have it figured out. Have a great… read more

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