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Recent Philly Blog Entries

Technically Philly: LeadiD Chief Marketing Officer Blair Lyon leaves for Electronic Ink

It\'s the second move for Lyon in as many years. Before joining LeadiD, he was Monetate\'s VP of marketing.

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Technically Philly: 10 top tweets from award-winning tweeter @PPDJoeMurray

Detective Joseph Murray won Philadelphia\'s first “Innovation in Government” award today.

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Technically Philly: Philly’s tweeting cop, @PPDJoeMurray, wins new innovation award for city employees

Detective Joe Murray, beloved by many, said the award “means more than any other award because I was nominated by the people.”

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Technically Philly: Researchers are using these Philly-made ‘bioprinters’ to make hearts, stomachs

BioBots makes a device that 3D-prints living cells instead of plastic. The company, founded by Penn grads, is headed to the SXSW Accelerator in Austin next month.

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Technically Philly: Some Penn students stormed the school’s trustees meeting to protest Comcast

Board chair David L. Cohen, also Comcast\'s executive vice president, was not there to witness the protest, however.

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Technically Philly: Arcade @ Dilworth is the kickoff event for Philly Tech Week 2015

On Friday, April 17, be among the thousands who will participate in Philly\'s largest celebration of locally-made tech — video games, gadgets, robots and more.

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Technically Philly: Brett Mandel says education shouldn’t be the next mayor’s main concern. He’s wrong

While he\'s right to encourage a discussion of a broad swath of issues, he\'s wrong to completely discount the mayor\'s impact on public education.

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Technically Philly: Come to the first-ever Technical.ly Podcast live recording

The March 25 event will preview this year\'s Philly Tech Week, delving into the “Innovation Legacy” of the Philadelphia region and other communities across the country.

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Technically Philly: What this Dorm Room Fund investor learned about entrepreneurship from the Navy

“The Navy, like a lot of really large organizations, is tremendously bureaucratic.”

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Technically Philly: Will Philly technologists send their kids to city schools?

Retaining tech talent: It used to be about brain drain. Now it\'s about city schools.

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Technically Philly: This Philly Startup Leaders member wants to cook you dinner

Meet Ryan Fitzgerald: entrepreneur, food geek and founder of pop-up supper club BOKU.

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Technically Philly: Leaders of Philly university entrepreneurship programs want to accomplish these 5 things this year

A group of university leaders got together to discuss how to make the Philadelphia region more attractive to young founders.

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Technically Philly: This ex-Monetate sales director’s latest venture is selling golf apparel

Designed here and manufactured in China, founder Matt Freedman has sold nearly 500 pairs of golf shoes in his first two months.

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Technically Philly: Ticketleap wants to help you keep track of your real-life interactions

And its new product for doing so has a nifty URL.

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Technically Philly: Curalate loses head of sales, adds recruiting director

Lots of hiring news from one of the city\'s fastest growing startups. Curalate now has 72 full-timers across offices in Philly, New York and Seattle.

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Technically Philly: It’s Scholly’s fourth straight day at No. 1 in the App Store

“Shark Tank” is a large platform.

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Technically Philly: This is what suburban coworking looks like

Coworking, once a city-only phenomenon, is finding roots in the Pennsylvania suburbs — and breathing life into old downtowns. HeadRoom, a share office space in Media, is expanding.

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Technically Philly: Join FemmeHacks, Philly’s first hackathon for female students [Events Roundup]

Plus: Attend the first Philly CodePen meetup.

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Technically Philly: What could Philly have done to keep this DreamIt Health startup from leaving?

The three young founders of Drop Diagnostics left for San Francisco last month. If officials really want Philadelphia to be “the Silicon Valley of health IT,” the startup\'s departure offers some key lessons.

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Technically Philly: Beacon & Lively was chosen for a Connecticut accelerator for women founders

For the Refinery accelerator program, CEO Veronica Becker travels between Philly and Westport, Conn.

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Recent Mailing List Messages

  • Philly Lambda: [ANN] Strange Loop CFP - closes May 9th
  • Philly Lambda: Philly Lambda/Clojadelphia/PHASE Co-Hosted Event Invitation: "What if Type Checkers were more like Linters?" a talk by A. Bonnaire-Sergeant
  • Philly Lambda: Ambrose Bonnaire-Sergeant coming to Philadelphia for ETE 2014
  • OWASP: [OWASP-Philadelphia] Meeting Tonight
  • OWASP: [OWASP-Philadelphia] Meeting Reminder - 3/11
  • OWASP: [OWASP-Philadelphia] Upcoming OWASP Philly Meeting
  • Philly Lambda: Philly Emerging Tech: Dave Thomas, David Nolen, Ambrose Bonnaire-Sergeant, many others
  • Philly Lambda: Meetup Group
  • OWASP: [OWASP-Philadelphia] Meeting Summary
  • OWASP: [OWASP-Philadelphia] Meeting Reminder
  • Philly Lambda: Re: August Meeting - 15th, 6:30 - Aaron Mansheim - Constructing Correct Algorithms For Haskell
  • Philly Lambda: Re: August Meeting - 15th, 6:30 - Aaron Mansheim - Constructing Correct Algorithms For Haskell
  • OWASP: [OWASP-Philadelphia] Meeting Reminder
  • OWASP: [OWASP-Philadelphia] Next Philly OWASP Meeting August 12, 2013
  • OWASP: [OWASP-Philadelphia] Wharton Web Conference 7/30 featuring Felicia Day
  • OWASP: [OWASP-Philadelphia] FOSSCON 2013 Sat August 10th - Phila
  • Philly Lambda: workshop request: GHCJS
  • Philly Lambda: May 22nd - "Extending eJabberd" - Kyle Burton - 6:00 PM
  • Philly Lambda: ANN: Strange Loop 2013 CFP
  • Philly Lambda: Lambda Jam schedule posted (Chicago, July 8-10)

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About the Philly New Media Hub

The Philly New Media Hub was designed and developed by Philadelphia local Chris Morrell. The system is written in PHP 5 and is built using the Galahad Framework Extension, which is built on top of the Zend Framework. Windows and tooltips are generated using Ext JS 2.0. Using open formats such as iCalendar, RSS and Atom, the system is able to aggregate content from dozens of different sources, and put them all on one page.

Please note that because the site is dynamically built, groups that do not provide their calendar in iCalendar format could not be included. For a comprehensive list of groups in the Philadelphia area, check out the Philly Groups Calendar.

If you would like to be listed on the Philly New Media Hub, please contact me. At this time I can only include sites that support iCalendar, RSS, Atom, or have a mailing list. If you do not offer any of these syndication formats, I highly recommend checking out Google Calendar for calendars or Dapper and Feed43 for RSS/Atom feeds.

If your content is currently aggregated by the Philly New Media Hub and you would like it removed, please contact me. I've tried to be sensitive to content ownership issues by keeping the information displayed on the site to a minimum and linking to the originating site whenever possible. If you have any concerns I want to hear them.