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It’s a ‘Missed Connection’ for Lt. Gov. Brown at debate [Links]

"Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown was a no-show at Tuesday’s debate and someone did what usually happens these days—posted a notice on Craigslist."
Full Disclosure: The author of one of the articles linked here is former Technical.ly Baltimore reporter Andrew Zaleski.

Anthony Brown and a missed connection [The Daily Record]: “Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown was a no-show at Tuesday’s debate and someone did what usually happens these days—posted a notice on Craigslist. Brown became the subject of the post, which popped up on the ‘missed connections’ section of popular classified ad site, just moments after the conclusion of the debate that was televised by Fox 45 in Baltimore.”

Baltimore tech firm, Microsoft partner on app for Scripps National Spelling Bee participants [Baltimore Business Journal]: “LCG Technologies Corp. developed a spelling bee application for Windows tablets used by the 281 participants in this year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee on May 28 and 29.”

Left Hook [City Paper]: “We’re gathered in Highlandtown listening to a panel of CEOs, nonprofit founders, artists, and students talk about what they’re doing to make Baltimore City a better place, the sort of easy, hopeful rhetoric that, at least at tonight’s event, is supposed to go unchallenged. One gets the feeling that Paul Jay, the founder, CEO, and senior editor of the Real News Network, feels especially sorry for the folks in attendance in their 20s and early 30s. Because in his calculation, they’ve been lied to virtually their entire lives.”

Companies: LCG Technologies
People: Anthony Brown
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