Bucks County teen goes viral with BeyoncÃ© copycat video [Newsworks] — It’s sort of awesome. See the video below.
Daniel Rubin: Plugging Center City’s brain drain [Philadelphia Inquirer] Columnist Dan Rubin on the trend of young people moving into the city. He focuses on a Bentley Systems employee.
Fiberlink weighs spring IPO [Philadelphia Inquirer]
Ex-Yahoo CEO to head Conshy online-retail firm: MEMO [Philadelphia Inquirer] “Scott Thompson, the former head of eBay’s PayPal online-purchase unit who briefly headed ailing Yahoo before leaving in May after the company began a probe of his college resume claims, has landed as CEO of ShopRunner, the would-be Amazon-killer online-retail group set up by GSI Commerce founder Michael Rubin’s Kynetic group, based in Conshohocken.”
State and local government’s use of social media on the rise [Vimeo] Philly’s Chief Innovation Officer Adel Ebeid contributed to this national report on government using social media, according to this tweet from the city Managing Director’s Office.
How city-level innovation is creating business opportunities [GreenBiz] Philly’s Chief Innovation Officer Adel Ebeid and OpenDataPhilly.org get a shout in this recap of GreenBiz Cities 2.0 webcast, at which Ebeid spoke.
Mashion’s Pairing Rig [Mat Schaffer’s blog] “Here at Mashion, we pair program a lot. We’ve been iterating through a handful of pairing setups and have finally settled on what I’m happy to call a masterpiece.”
Secret to Monetate’s success? Don’t talk about Monetate [Flying Kite]
Announcing the 2012 AlwaysOn Global 250 Top Private Companies [AlwaysOn] Monetate is named on this list.
Shunra Enhances Networkcatcher Express Mobile App [press release]
Shoutout to the comms pro running Philly Public Health’s pandemic-time Twitter
Facebook is coming for Philadelphia. What could that mean for local tech?
A Temple grad student won a global COVID-solutions hackathon with this social campaign
Behold our new favorite Instagram account: chairs of the Comcast Technology Center
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