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May. 3, 2013 9:00 am

Wash Cycle Laundry expands to deliver local food, socially conscious cleaning products [LINKS]

“Beginning May 24, [Gabriel] Mandujano’s Wash Cycle Laundry [a GoodCompany Group accelerator grad] will add produce, bread, coffee, honey, and jam to its delivery menu. ... But the new duties for Mandujano’s intrepid cyclists doesn’t stop with food."

Wash Cycle Laundry founder Gabriel Mandujano (far right) with his new business partners. Photo by Michael Bryant for the Inquirer.

8 months after its launch, Philly311 app seems to be a success [Philadelphia Daily News] Read our update of the Philly311 app here.

Pedal-power delivery, fruit to cleansers [Philadelphia Inquirer] “Beginning May 24, [Gabriel] Mandujano’s Wash Cycle Laundry [a GoodCompany Group accelerator grad] will add produce, bread, coffee, honey, and jam to its delivery menu.

[…] But the new duties for Mandujano’s intrepid cyclists doesn’t stop with food. Also to be added to the containers they tow are household products from Sun & Earth, another environmentally and socially conscious local business that thinks consumers who have chosen a laundry service dedicated to a smaller carbon footprint will be interested in its vegan and plant-based offerings.”

FCC plan to auction off bandwidth has TV broadcasters upset [AxisPhilly]

At Cyberbullying Conference, Experts and Educators Try to Define Line Between Texting and Trouble [NJ Spotlight] “In the first year of the law, more than 12,000 reported cases of bullying were investigated — a 50 percent increase from the year before — with more than 1,000 taking place via smartphone, computer, or other electronic device.

But it isn’t always easy to make a direct connection between a Facebook posting or an insulting text and what happens in schools, according to state Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa, who said the state continues to grapple with how to define cyberbullying.”

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Juliana Reyes

Juliana Reyes began as lead reporter at Technical.ly Philly in July 2012. Previously, she was a city services beat reporter for the Philadelphia Daily News, as part of a project called “It’s Our Money.” She is learning to drive, learning to bike (in the city) but is an expert at taking SEPTA. She grew up in North Jersey and Manila, Philippines but she left the tropics for Bryn Mawr College, where she majored in linguistics. She now lives in West Philly.

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