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.”
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.”