Watch this video of Klip Collective's light effects at the Switched On Garden [LINKS] - Technical.ly Philly

Oct. 26, 2012 8:30 am

Watch this video of Klip Collective’s light effects at the Switched On Garden [LINKS]

Meadow v1.0 [Klip Collective blog] Watch this insanely cool video (below) of NoLibs production shop Klip Collective‘s work at plant music group Data Garden‘s The Switched on Garden at Bartram’s Garden earlier this month. Read more about Data Garden here. Find more Klip Collective work here. Housewives Tarot launches an app [iTunes App Store] Old […]

Meadow v1.0 [Klip Collective blog] Watch this insanely cool video (below) of NoLibs production shop Klip Collective‘s work at plant music group Data Garden‘s The Switched on Garden at Bartram’s Garden earlier this month. Read more about Data Garden here. Find more Klip Collective work here.

Housewives Tarot launches an app [iTunes App Store] Old City publisher Quirk Books released the original version of Housewives Tarot cards.

SEPTA’s last new rail cars are stuck in the pipeline [Philadelphia Inquirer] “SEPTA is still waiting for its last seven rail cars from Hyundai Rotem Co., the South Korean manufacturer that is assembling the Silverliner V cars at a South Philadelphia factory.”

On-Time Performance Reports for SEPTA Regional Rail – Use this tool built by William Entriken to see on-time performance reports for Regional Rail. Username and password are both ‘report’.

Inquirer Editorial: All LOVE Park needs is to be shown some love [Philadelphia Inquirer] NoLibs SEO shop SEER Interactive was one of the groups credited in helping clean up LOVE Park earlier this month.

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Spanish Verb Chart App – Check out this interactive Spanish verb conjugation chart built by a Lancaster, Pa. man.

Jiri Stejskal of CETRA Language Solutions Speaking at Localization World 2012 in Seattle [press release] [pdf] CETRA is a translation service for the life sciences industry, among others, and is based in Elkins Park, Pa.

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Juliana Reyes

Juliana Reyes has been covering the Philadelphia tech scene since 2012. 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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