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Lynne Abraham & Tony Williams Both Thought It Was OK To Launch Campaigns Without Websites, Social Media And Platforms [Philebrity]: Shortly thereafter updated as such: “Well, will wonders never cease: Say hi to the brand spankin’ new @LynneForMayor and@JoinTeamTony, each with websites to match.”
Uber embroiled in PR mess: Will investors still support it? [Philadelphia Business Journal]: No comment (yet) from Uber investor Josh Kopelman.
Visualizing Philadelphia’s Neighborhood Change Process [PennIUR]: “The same investors who once abandoned Philadelphia are now clamoring to get back in – and although new investment marks a reversal of fortunes for the City, it appears only a handful of neighborhoods have attracted this newfound attention.”
On former steel mill site, a new data center emerges [Philadelphia Business Journal]: “A historic steel mill motor room turned data center in Bucks County is looking to take advantage of what Philadelphia has to offer. It wants to cater to the eds, meds and growing technology scene — the businesses that are increasingly in need of extreme power durability, security and capacity.”
An Update on Philadelphia Schools Makerspaces Funded by Crowdfunding [Generocity]: The latest from the makerspaces at Chester A. Arthur and the Academy at Palumbo. See our story on makerspaces at schools here.
Lockheed Martin got $107M in tax credits to open labs in Camden [Links Roundup]
CyclePhilly nominated for international award [Links Roundup]
Philadelphia University wins economic development award [Links Roundup]
How Relay is helping enterprise clients get proactive about customer engagement
Meet Brent Schooley, Twilio’s Philly evangelist [Links Roundup]
Startups: apply to pitch at Forbes’ $400K ‘Pressure Cooker’ [Links Roundup]
World’s largest dinosaur named after controversial Philly software CEO [Links Roundup]
These hiring companies want to meet you at NET/WORK Suburbs
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