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Jan. 18, 2013 8:30 am

JHU summit presents data on guns // Ravens fans parody ‘Call Me Maybe’ // Maryland Proton Treatment Center ‘tops out’ [LINKS]

Canton Startup Seeks Funding for New Social Media Venture [BmoreMedia]: “Baltimore tech startup SameGrain Inc.  plans to launch its first round of financing, for $500,000, this year.” Rec center reopens as Digital Harbor Tech Center [Baltimore Sun]: “Focused on after-school programming and workforce training for city public school students, The Digital Harbor Tech Center, was built, and its […]

Canton Startup Seeks Funding for New Social Media Venture [BmoreMedia]: “Baltimore tech startup SameGrain Inc.  plans to launch its first round of financing, for $500,000, this year.”

Rec center reopens as Digital Harbor Tech Center [Baltimore Sun]: “Focused on after-school programming and workforce training for city public school students, The Digital Harbor Tech Center, was built, and its programming designed, for ‘exploration and discovery,’ organizers say.

Summit presents data and a call to action on guns [Baltimore Brew]: “Just 1% of gun dealers, for example, are responsible for 57% of guns traced to crime…”

AOL’s Patch to go from lousy local news network to even worse community message board network [PandoDaily]: “According to comments made by that same Patch co-founder [Warren] Webster at a conference Tuesday evening, those complaints of editors being ‘overworked’ will simply be alleviated this year by turning the ‘news’ sites into ‘community hubs.’”

Maryland Proton Treatment Center to ‘top out’ [Baltimore Business Journal]: “The 122,000-square-foot project on West Baltimore Street is part of the University of Maryland BioPark. The building will house the Maryland Proton Treatment Center.”

Ravens Fans Parody ‘Call Me Maybe’ With ‘Bring on Brady’ [Mashable]: “Run and hide Tom Brady, for fear the catchiest song on Earth will get wedged in your beautiful head pre-kickoff.”

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Andrew Zaleski

Andrew Zaleski is Technically Baltimore's lead reporter. Before joining Technically Baltimore, he was digital media editor for Urbanite magazine. He graduated from Loyola University Maryland in May 2011.

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