Happy Monday and bon voyage to the Phillies who are still on the road for six more games of interleague play.
No baseball games to go to this week, but plenty of tech events this week to fill the gap.
This week: Hear from a panel of former “Infonauts,” tour the Free Library Techmobile and check out Philly’s first PitchSwap.
The Infonautics Team and A Generation of Startups: Part of their Entrepreneur Summer Camp, Novotorium and Seed Philly are bringing back some of the old Infonautics team for a discussion of what happened to the dot-com era Wayne-based startup that rolled out more talent than the old Montreal Expos farm system. Tuesday, 8:30am-11:30am. Quorum, University City Science Center. $25. RSVP.
Philly Social Good Meetup: Techmobile Tour at the Free Library: The Free Library’s Joel Nichols, Techmobile Manager, and Jenn Donsky, Library Coordinator, will explain the recently launched Techmobile and their other community Hot Spot computer labs enhance digital access in Philadelphia then give everyone the chance to tour the new Techmobile. Wednesday, 6:30pm-8:00pm. 1901 Vine Street, Center City. FREE. RSVP.
PitchSwap Philly: The only thing tougher than pitching your business to a panel of judges is pitching someone else’s. See entrepreneurs attempt to get each other noticed at Philly’s first-ever PitchSwap, thought up by Startup Weekend’s Brad Oyler. Thursday, 5:30pm-7:30pm. McGillin’s Old Ale House, Center City. $12. RSVP.
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