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Julie Zeglen

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Julie Zeglen is the managing editor of Technical.ly and oversees its four markets: Philadelphia, Baltimore, D.C. and Delaware. She first joined the Technically Media team as editor of sister site Generocity, which covers social impact in Philadelphia, and previously worked as managing editor of Star Community Newsweekly, a hyperlocal newspaper focused on Philadelphia's River Wards. The Temple alumna calls West Philly home.

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Technical.ly On the Record: Inside one startup’s bid to stay alive amid COVID-19 growth

Aug. 12, 2020 3:37 pm

Technical.ly On the Record: Inside one startup’s bid to stay alive amid COVID-19

For the fifth episode of Technical.ly's interview series taking you inside our journalists' virtual notebooks, D.C.'s Michelai Graham discusses the story of OurStreets, which just shuttered its business operations.
Technical.ly On the Record: What’s virtual dating like during a pandemic? access

Aug. 6, 2020 12:44 pm

Technical.ly On the Record: What’s virtual dating like during a pandemic?

For the fourth episode of Technical.ly's interview series taking you inside our journalists' virtual notebooks, Philly's Paige Gross reports from the field on love in the time of COVID-19.
What does ‘workplace culture’ mean now that normal is nonexistent? Tell us this August company culture

Aug. 3, 2020 12:33 pm

What does ‘workplace culture’ mean now that normal is nonexistent? Tell us this August

This month of our editorial calendar, Technical.ly will be asking: How will the pandemic, recession and racial equity movement affect team dynamics in the long term?
Technical.ly On the Record: What $600 means to people receiving unemployment benefits access

Jul. 29, 2020 2:26 pm

Technical.ly On the Record: What $600 means to people receiving unemployment benefits

For the third episode of Technical.ly's new interview series taking you inside our journalists' virtual notebooks, Philly's Michael Butler shares lessons from his recent reporting on the local impact of federal relief funding.
Technical.ly On the Record: What Black and Latinx entrepreneurs need access

Jul. 23, 2020 2:39 pm

Technical.ly On the Record: What Black and Latinx entrepreneurs need

For the second episode of Technical.ly's new interview series taking you inside the reporter’s virtual notebook, Delaware reporter Holly Quinn shares lessons from her recent reporting on Wilmington founders.
Introducing ‘Technical.ly On the Record,’ our new interview series taking you inside the reporter’s virtual notebook growth

Jul. 15, 2020 12:43 pm

Introducing ‘Technical.ly On the Record,’ our new interview series taking you inside the reporter’s virtual notebook

For the first episode of Technical.ly's new show (and soon, podcast), Assistant Editor Stephen Babcock explains the story behind his recent deep dive into Pittsburgh's changing innovation economy.
15 quick remote work hacks, courtesy of the Technically Media team company culture

Jul. 13, 2020 4:22 pm

15 quick remote work hacks, courtesy of the Technically Media team

Four months into WFH life, you might need a reminder on the importance of moving around and taking breaks during the work day to stay productive (and sane). At TM's virtual retreat, we shared the tips that are keeping us going.
Where do we go from here? A to-do list for long-term change toward racial equity civic

Jul. 10, 2020 2:30 pm

Where do we go from here? A to-do list for long-term change toward racial equity

Technical.ly sister site Generocity rounded up perspectives from 18 leaders in the nonprofit and philanthropy sector on what they think needs to happen next — individually and collectively — to address longstanding structural inequities.
UX, products, accessibility: July is Design Month software development

Jul. 2, 2020 4:00 pm

UX, products, accessibility: July is Design Month

This month of our editorial calendar, Technical.ly will be asking: How can technologists use design to better our world, especially as we continue to live through a pandemic, recession and civil rights movement?
Looking back to look forward: Racial Equity Month is ending, but the work continues access

Jun. 30, 2020 3:18 pm

Looking back to look forward: Racial Equity Month is ending, but the work continues

This June, Technical.ly covered inequity in companies, communities and systems amid an ongoing, nationwide civil rights call. Here's what we found.

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