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Juliana Reyes

Juliana Reyes

Juliana Reyes became Technical.ly's associate editor after reporting on the Philadelphia tech scene for four years. She's co-president of the Asian American Journalists Association Philadelphia chapter and a two-time Philadelphia News Award winner for "Community Reporting of the Year." The Bryn Mawr College grad lives in West Philly, likes her food spicy and wears jumpsuits often.

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On carrying on business

Jul. 11, 2016 12:59 pm

On carrying on

In the wake of all this violence against Black men and women, how do a company and its employees cope? A look at how Technically Media is trying.
How Philly sees itself: Hub for health IT, civic hacking, tech diversity civic

Jan. 13, 2016 12:58 pm

How Philly sees itself: Hub for health IT, civic hacking, tech diversity

Three areas where Philadelphia stands out.
Care about the future of your city? Steal these 10 ideas from civic-tech leaders civic

Dec. 11, 2015 12:42 pm

Care about the future of your city? Steal these 10 ideas from civic-tech leaders

Technical.ly's second annual Rise Conference was a kleptocrat's dream.
See how much money is behind national civic tech [Visualization] civic

Mar. 11, 2014 9:30 am

See how much money is behind national civic tech [Visualization]

There’s lots of money behind the sharing economy arm of the civic technology world. That’s one thing you’ll see in The Knight Foundation‘s visualization of Trends in Civic Technology. The foundation mapped the civic technology landscape, looking at the size and type of investments in different arms of the civic tech ecosystem.
For the last 15 years, tech toys have ruled the holidays [Infographic] creative

Dec. 9, 2013 9:30 am

For the last 15 years, tech toys have ruled the holidays [Infographic]

Tech toys have been ruled the holidays for more than a decade now, from the Tamagotchi in 1997 to the LeapPad in 2011.
92% of U.S. law enforcement agencies use social media civic

Oct. 23, 2013 9:30 am

92% of U.S. law enforcement agencies use social media

In 2008, a Houston prosecutor used a defendant’s MySpace pages to help convict the man of murder. While the perpetrator appealed his conviction, the MySpace pages held up in appeals court as valid forms of evidence.
50 reasons why governments shouldn’t release data civic

Sep. 9, 2013 8:30 am

50 reasons why governments shouldn’t release data

The Sunlight Foundation, the Washington, D.C.-based good government group, reached out to government staffers to create a list of the 50 most common arguments they've heard against releasing data. They include staffing and manpower concerns ("We don't have the people to do that"), privacy concerns and more.
When do employers see online degrees as equal to traditional degrees? [Infographic] access

Aug. 23, 2013 8:30 am

When do employers see online degrees as equal to traditional degrees? [Infographic]

Eighty-nine percent of academic leaders believe that online degrees are equal to traditional degrees if the school offering the online degree has a traditional campus, according to a Sloan Consortium Study and a new infographic from Philadelphia's Drexel University Online.
Click That Hood: play this game to find out how well you know your city civic

Mar. 14, 2013 8:30 am

Click That Hood: play this game to find out how well you know your city

Play this game from Code for America to test your knowledge of the neighborhoods in your city.
How do Google apps, Instagram, Prezi and other web startups make money? business

Oct. 4, 2012 8:52 pm

How do Google apps, Instagram, Prezi and other web startups make money?

In a cool local business mashup, Northern Liberties companies SEER Interactive and O3 World teamed up to produce this interactive map that tells us how our favorite tech companies make money (or if they’re even at that point). There’s even a Philly startup on there. Check it out here.

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