- The Inquirer reports that a University of Pennsylvania graduate and pioneer in the technology that made digital cameras first possible will share a Nobel Prize for Physics.
- The Inqy also has a story on how the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia is trying to save beaucoup bucks by implementing more energy-efficient lighting.
- Philly Tech News reports that any mention of Google using a barcode image on its search engine to celebrate an anniversary for the technology can’t go without talking about its roots with Drexel University.
After the jump, someone from Camden posts on Tech Crunch, a catchy jingle from Old City and other tech stories of the week, included our best read piece of the week.
- Gigaom reports that Princeton-based Phanfare, a subscription-based video and photo archival service, has partnered with Hewlett-Packard on an application for the iPhone and iPod touch. Company info here.
- Tech Crunch runs a guest post from Robert Moore, the CEO of RJMetrics, a business intelligence service incubated at Rutgers-Camden that we profiled earlier this year.
- LTL Prints, the Old City-based makers of wall decals that we profiled in September, released a surprisingly catchy jingle. Watch it below, and, speaking of RJ Metrics, how does the LTL video compare to the rap track they produced back in May?
- Our Most Trafficked Story of the Week: Shop Talk: Notehall, an ABC spot behind them and 65-college growth ahead
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