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What the “Twitter Tax Break” battle should mean in Philadelphia

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2 hours ago

What the “Twitter Tax Break” battle should mean in Philadelphia

In the last three years, the city of San Francisco has struggled to balance the success of the profitable tech businesses that call it home, the talent who have come to live there and its existing residents who feel pushed out. Philadelphia can learn from the experience.
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‘Gray hair does not mean senile’: how seniors fit into digital access access

3 hours ago

‘Gray hair does not mean senile’: how seniors fit into digital access

Older Americans, like those with disabilities and other access challenges, are not often included in conversations about increasing web inclusivity. They should be.
Cira Centre Tetris media coverage: 200+ links for Philly Tech Week kickoff creative

5 hours ago

Cira Centre Tetris media coverage: 200+ links for Philly Tech Week kickoff

The Arcade at the Oval featuring Cira Centre Tetris sure got lots of media attention for the Philadelphia technology community. Here is a roundup of the items we saw.
Web Developer, Analytics & Operations Associate and more business

7 hours ago

Web Developer, Analytics & Operations Associate and more

Technical.ly’s Job 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. Philadelphia Baltimore
Why it’s useful to have a staff with a wide age range: Zonoff CEO Mike Harris business

Apr. 17, 2014 9:30 am

Why it’s useful to have a staff with a wide age range: Zonoff CEO Mike Harris

Mike Harris's first startup was almost entirely made up of people in their mid-20s. It was "a crazy, chaotic and fun time," he wrote on the Philly Startup Leaders listserv, "but that's not the only way to build a startup."
‘Millennials never click on display ads’: how ad firms can keep up business

Apr. 17, 2014 8:30 am

‘Millennials never click on display ads’: how ad firms can keep up

At a Philly Ad Club panel on advertising and digital technology, 48 Bricks CEO Michael Jaschke declared that brands and advertising firms may not understand the core values or wants of their consumers. The uncomfortable truth highlighted the gap between brands and their younger, digital-native audiences — and the need to better understand how millennials use technology.
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