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CyclePhilly mobile app has logged more than 5K trips [Links Roundup]

Plus: Chipocrite on his forthcoming album, an outspoken spokesman on Facebook and the Diapers.com founder launching a media outlet.

Chipocrite on the chip music score to EarthNight [The Ongaku]: “In this E3 interview, he discusses his EP previewing the music score to EarthNight, Cleaversoft’s independently developed runner for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.”

CyclePhilly app giving transportation planners a handle on region’s bikers [NewsWorks]

Less than even Keel on Facebook [NewsWorks]: “There’s been a quiet buzz among the city’s political and communications pros over [spokesman Frank] Keel’s Facebook posts. Many are funny and endearing, but others have spewed some raw venom at the adversaries of his union clients, most notably Mayor Michael Nutter. Keel has called Nutter a son of a bitch, a bum, a fraud, and in one post that was eventually taken down, ‘an ugly a**hole.'”

Diapers.com co-founder to launch a new digital publication without gimmicks, stunts or click bait [GeekWire]

Tech Companies Come to River Wards: A Positive Sign for the Future Economy of the Neighborhoods [Fishtown Spirit]

Companies: Diapers.com
People: Paul Weinstein
Projects: CyclePhilly
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