There’s still time to register to join your peers at the Silicon Forest Forum, tomorrow, Sept. 12, at Intel’s Jones Farm Campus.

If you need an extra push, here’s what others are saying:

Rick Turoczy of the Silicon Florist blog writes:

As I mentioned in a previous post and the Silicon Florist podcast, the co-founder of Tesla Motors will be the keynote. I’ll do my best to see if he’s willing to give a Tesla Roadster to each of the Friends of the Florist. But I’m not guaranteeing anything.

Sarena Regazzoni of OEN’s blog offers a plug too:

Intel Capital and White & Lee LLP have scheduled the next Silicon Forest Forum for Friday, September 12, 2008. The Silicon Forest Forum features entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and management executives who know what it takes to create and run successful ventures. The program they have planned for the event should be very interesting and relevant to today’s focus on energy efficiency.

So, sign up now, if you haven’t!


Welcome to the blog of the Silicon Forest Forum, our technology conference happening Sept. 12 at Intel’s Jones Farm campus in Hillsboro, Oregon. Here, we’ll try to give you updates about the event, as well as offer you an opportunity to give us feedback. 

If you haven’t heard yet, we’re fortunate to have Marc Tarpenning, co-founder of the electric car company Tesla Motors, giving the lunch-time keynote. If you’ve been drooling over the Tesla Roadsters like us, here’s your chance to hear how Marc helped develop the cars. 

In the meantime, check out a recent article on the Tesla Roadster at CNET. And Gizmodo says only 25 2009 production slots are left!