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PhillyCHI Board Meeting WITH FRIENDS

Group PhillyCHI
Location Online
Starts: 11/10/14 at 7:00 PM
Ends: 11/10/14 at 8:00 PM

PhillyCHI Board Meeting with potential new board members

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The \"Internet of Things\" company was acquired early this year. At this week\'s IMPACT conference, ThingWorx CTO Rick Bullotta sketched out the backstory.

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Technically Philly: Here’s how the new SEPTA smart cards are going to work

Explainer time.

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PANMA: November and December PANMA Events

Here’s a Save-the-Dates reminder: – PANMA’s November 20th event features Linda Daniels and Nick Floro, speaking on designing and prototyping – Our amazing holiday party will happen on Thursday, December 4th! We’ll be at Buffalo Billiards, 118 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia PA 19106. We’ll be posting details and sign-up links soon, but we wanted you to […]

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In this case, councilman Bill Greenlee is being proactive, rather than reactive.

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Technically Philly: PointRoll updates tech team, lays off 20

The Gannett-owned adtech company says the layoffs will \"keep our developer and operations teams forward-focused.\"

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CEO Lucinda Duncalfe said it\'s part of a strategy to double down on one specific product and its growth in the European market.

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Technically Philly: Here’s Chief Data Officer Tim Wisniewski’s plan to make open data stick

Wisniewski\'s plan sets a roadmap for his tenure and distinguishes him from his predecessor, Mark Headd.

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Technically Philly: Freire Charter School wants to open a tech-focused high school

The School District of Philadelphia is accepting charter school proposals for the first time in seven years and Freire is applying.

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Technically Philly: Billy Penn’s hosting a pop-up coworking space for reporters on Election Day

Memo to reporters: you don\'t have to file your stories alone, at least on election night.

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Technically Philly: Philly app Cypherr aims to help indie artists make a living

Cypherr is LinkedIn meets SoundCloud, says its founder. Its beta is set to launch early next year.

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Technically Philly: First Round Capital’s Josh Kopelman drove for uberX this weekend [Startup Roundup]

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Technically Philly: Actually, uberX has been operating in Philly’s Pa. suburbs for months

Uber has just been super quiet about it. After a testy weekend in Philadelphia proper, the company vows to ride on.

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Technically Philly: What you missed at #RiseConf14

We gathered civic hackers from across the East Coast to talk shop. Here\'s a snapshot of the conversation.

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Technically Philly: Here’s what 12 Israeli tech companies are doing in Philly this week

It\'s a direct result of Mayor Nutter\'s trade mission to Israel, the Nutter administration said.

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Technically Philly: Crowdfunding with a twist: buy a ‘share’ of this new Callowhill cafe

The team behind W/N W/N Coffee Bar felt weird accepting donations for a for-profit business.

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SEER Interactive: RCS SEO: Measuring Success

Traditionally SEO has been semi-formulaic; we know the factors that play a role in ranking. We analyze both our clients’ and their competitors’ backlinks, keyword profiles and keyword rankings, content and meta data to find opportunities and build strategies. To bolster competitive keyword rankings, we create content and prospect influencers to develop 3rd party content […]

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Technically Philly: Jobs: Web Programmer at O3 World, Sr Front End Developer at Free People, more

Technical.ly’s Jobs Roundup is a weekly series that shares local and regional tech job postings. See the Technical.ly Jobs Board for the most up-to-date listings.

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Plus: the IMPACT venture capital conference kicks off Tuesday.

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