Join doc normal as he interviews special guest, Paula Holm Jensen who is a Portland lawyer, practicing in the information technology and intellectual property fields.
Paula Holm Jensen is a Portland lawyer, practicing in the information
technology and intellectual property fields. She’s worked with several
of the best firms in Portland and Silicon Valley, but has been solo
for 5 of the last 7 years. Her main focus is on technology
transactions: development, licensing, sales, manufacturing, marketing,
distribution, etc. Other interests include copyright, privacy and open
source. Her clients range from individuals to Fortune 500 companies,
but are mostly small private companies. She’s worked with
semiconductors, medical devices, displays, telecom, consumer
electronics, internet services and all kinds of consumer and
Due to the my current conference schedule, I had to cancel last week’s Crazy Talk and hadn’t had a chance yet to post the very excellent last episode. So, here it is!
On Episode 017 of Crazy Talk I have a conversation with Portland’s own bon vivant of the pansexual, Theresa “Darklady” Reed. You really don’t want to miss out on this interview, so check it out now. Enjoy!
My guest is a long-time blogger, writer and event coordinator, The Darklady! The one-and-only provocateur, erotic event producer and free expression activist. Yes, I said “erotic”, as in sex, as in put the kiddies to bed and NSFW, unless you work at your neighborhood adult book store (do those even still exist?). We’ll discuss sex positive online resources and how social networks have impacted peoples use of these sites. We’ll also discuss her upcoming (no pun intended) Masterbate-A-Thon event, now in it’s tenth year.
Heya! It’s been a very busy week with Open Source Bridge, so I’m taking this week off. That’s right, I’m taking vaction this week! Well, vaction from Crazy Talk, that is. So, I’ll be posting last week’s awesome interview with The Darklady and be directing you toward other cool content from Webvisions and Open Source Bridge.