Philosophy & Culture

Apr 20, 2008, 10:24 PM

I can not lie, this is a good idea that we simply didn't have first. ;)

If someone could please explain to me how concepts like this go from 2 users to 2,000 – I've got some work for ya.

Feb 26, 2006, 1:58 PM

On February 28th – 2006, Franz Maruna led a discussion for the Portland Development Commission on eCommerce. Franz Maruna is CEO of Concrete CMS, a local web application developer. The PDC is launching a new eCommerce program to encourage web industry growth in Portland Oregon.

These ten rules were discussed as good starting points and lessons learned for running successful retail operations on the internet.

Feb 23, 2006, 2:47 PM

First Thursday Open House Celebrates Art and Technology

Portland, OR, Feb 23rd 2005 – Concrete CMS, a provider of web content management solutions invites the public to explore their new offices which feature a small art gallery called ‘Concrete the Studio'. Located in the Merchant's Hotel Building at 222 NW Davis in the heart of Old Town , Concrete the Studio will feature one artist each month as part of the First Thursday gallery walk.

Apr 2, 2005, 1:02 PM

Concrete CMS presents web resources for writers at upcoming Wordstock Festival

Portland , OR – The first annual Wordstock book festival commences this April 19th through 24th in the South Wing of the Oregon Convention Center. Along with featuring prominent authors like Norman Mailer, John Irving, and Alice Sebold, the festival will also provide several workshop sessions for teachers and aspiring writers alike.

Feb 1, 2005, 1:15 PM

…or how a web shop can open an art gallery.

While moving their offices into the historic Merchant's Building in Old Town, the folks at Concrete CMS saw an opportunity. "The fourteen foot ceilings, brick walls, and open space lend themselves to a gallery setting. "For years, we've made art that works for our clients, and now we've got a chance to give something back to Portland," says Franz Maruna, Director. "Our studio receptions are a comfortable salon-like environment where local artists can connect with a diverse audience that many traditional galleries don't deliver."