Jan. 11, 2012 8:43 am

National publications react to Philadelphia Media Network incubator [Startup Roundup]

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Technically Philly’s Startup Roundup parses out the small pieces that make our greater Startup ecosystem thrive. We want to keep you in touch with the innovations that we can’t quite get to covering, but that deserve highlight. Follow along with a weekly email newsletter by clicking here and selecting the Startup Roundup button or follow Startup Roundup’s RSS feed. If you’ve got news to share, get in touch.

MUST READS

GigaOm reacts to Philadelphia Media Network’s announcement that it has accepted three startups into its incubator program Project Liberty. ReadWriteWeb’s John Paul Titlow posts his notes, too. In related news, Peter Key writes about CloudMine and its recent inclusion in Philadelphia Media Network’s incubator.

GIVE A GLANCE

TrapCall, the New Jersey company that produces mobile software that allows consumers to unlock blocked calls, has announced that its service is now available on four major Canadian carriers including Rogers, Bell, Telus and Fido.

Final Form Games recaps some late 2011 news, noting that Jamestown was part of an indie game bundle that sold more than 435,000. The game is now also fully available on PC, Mac and Linux.

MIGHT BE WORTH YOUR TIME

myYearBook‘s Catherine Cook guest posts on TechCrunch to promote the importance of serendipitous encounters and their engineered possibilities on social networks. myYearBook appears to be angling itself for that future.

Over 2,500 pounds of been lost by users of Lose It or Lose It, the company says in a blog post.

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Brian James Kirk

Brian James Kirk is a cofounder of Technical.ly, the local technology news network. Kirk handles business development, marketing and product development, forging new partnerships, building brand identity and coordinating events and projects. He's an avid biker and lives in the Callowhill neighborhood of Philadelphia.

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