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Silverorange, or, as they prefer it, silverorange (with a small 's'), is a Charlottetown-based web company.   
 
Silverorange, or, as they prefer it, silverorange (with a small 's'), is a Charlottetown-based web company.   
  
After working in anonymous parallel here in Charlottetown for several years, in the summer of 2003 we started getting together for lunch.  The result of these lunches, among other things, silverorange's purchase of [[84 Fitzroy Street]] and our renting space therein for [[Reinvented]], the [[Zap Your PRAM]] conference, and the [[Live from the Formosa Tea House]] podcast.
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After working in anonymous parallel here in Charlottetown for several years, in the summer of 2003 we started getting together for lunch.  The result of these lunches, among other things, silverorange's purchase of [[84 Fitzroy Street]] and our renting space therein for [[Reinvented]], the [[Zap Your PRAM]] conference, and the [[Live From the Formosa Tea House]] podcast.
  
 
Some of the silverorange people:
 
Some of the silverorange people:
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* [[Nathan Frederickson]]
 
* [[Nathan Frederickson]]
 
* [[Steven Garrity]]
 
* [[Steven Garrity]]
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* [[Isaac Grant]]
  
 
You can read more about silverorange on their [http://www.silverorange.com/ corporate website].
 
You can read more about silverorange on their [http://www.silverorange.com/ corporate website].

Latest revision as of 14:18, 3 December 2005

Silverorange, or, as they prefer it, silverorange (with a small 's'), is a Charlottetown-based web company.

After working in anonymous parallel here in Charlottetown for several years, in the summer of 2003 we started getting together for lunch. The result of these lunches, among other things, silverorange's purchase of 84 Fitzroy Street and our renting space therein for Reinvented, the Zap Your PRAM conference, and the Live From the Formosa Tea House podcast.

Some of the silverorange people:

You can read more about silverorange on their corporate website.