- Pittsburgh Tribune Review reports that that city will put a bid in for Google’s announced ultra-fast Internet product.
- Keystone Edge has a Q&A with University of the Arts professor and tech-art entrepreneur Slavko Milekic.
- The Inquirer reports that MC Hammer will be appearing at a Wharton event, and, yes, TP will try to crash the party.
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MIGHT BE OF INTEREST
- Geekadelphia promotes Kensington-based creative project space pterodactyl. Geekadelphia also announces its Little Big Philadelphia contest.
- Make gives some love for a pet project that came out of Hive76.
GIVE A GLANCE
- Dennis Moore asks whether SAP will be acquired.
- Duck Duck Go founder Gabe Weinberg chats up ‘traction’ with Wikipedia Founder Jimmy Wales — who just got a nice gift from Google.
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