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Aug. 9, 2013 12:00 pm

Technical.ly earns Best of Philly and Best of Baltimore nods

We’re proud to say that our work has received kind words in both Philly and Baltimore in the same month

We’re proud to say that our work has received kind words in both Philly and Baltimore in the same month: winning Best of city mentions in both of their respective city magazines.

Philadelphia magazine:

Best of Philly Smart Fun — Philly Tech Week: This weeklong April fest — with robotics events, app-development workshops and the planet’s most humongous Pong game (this year played on the 29-story Cira Centre) — has become our favorite way to get our nerd on. If only it happened more than once a year. Geeks, dweebs and dorks, unite!

Baltimore magazine:

Best of Baltimore Geek Speak — Technical.ly Baltimore: Started in 2012, Technical.ly Baltimore is a daily online news site that covers, in general, how technology is making Baltimore a better place. Baltimore is certainly not Silicon Valley, but it’s not just mobile advertising giant Millennial Media either. Technical.ly Baltimore did a five-part series on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, which privacy and civil liberties groups have railed against for some time. They also did a two-part piece on Western High School’s RoboDoves, the all-female robotics team that competed in the world robotics championships in April. technical.ly/baltimore

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