- TEDx at the Kimmel: Where ideas go to mix [Inquirer] — The TED preview, now read our TEDxPhilly review here.
- Drexel U. gets $45 million for new business school [BusinessWeek] — It’ll be a high-profile beauty on Market Street in University City.
- Gallup/Knight study: Love for a city tied to economic growth [Philadelphia Business Journal] — “In other words, it’s love and passion for the city that gets the economic engine going.”
- After an Adventure in Newspapers, a Publisher Returns to P.R. [New York Times] — Former Inquirer Publisher Brian Tierney is returning to his marketing roots by launching a new communications group with an online footprint and Ryan Davis, the former Philly.com president who we interviewed. H/T Philly Tech News
- Newsworks opens up shop; we wish it well (and have a few questions) [Clog: Citypaper] — Long awaited and much trumpeted online news venture from WHYY launches, with plenty of back story.
- PolicyMap Introduces Four New Decision-Making Tools [PR Newswire] — Updates from the Reinvestment Fund, which we’ve covered before.
- Lincoln Financial Field gets even greener [6ABC] — Wind turbines, solar panels and other sustainable measures being added to the LINC H/T the 700 Level
- Art of the American Soldier: National Constitution Center Uses iPads in Awesome Exhibit [Geekadelphia] — [Full Disclosure: Technically Media, the parent company of Technically Philly, is working with the NCC on various projects]
- Dept. Of Evil Geniuses: The Philly Church Parking For Atheists Website [Philebrity]
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