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Apr. 6, 2015 11:21 am

Read this Philly Mag profile of Technical.ly

Technical.ly cofounders Christopher Wink and Brian James Kirk.

(Photo by Gene Smirnov for Philadelphia Magazine)

Ahead of the fifth annual Philly Tech Week, Technical.ly got the profile treatment in this month’s Philadelphia Magazine. It’s written by associate editor (and Macworld contributor) Joel Mathis.

The article, which traces our founding story and the company’s role in connecting the region’s tech community, includes perspectives from Chariot Solutions Vice President Tracey Welson-Rossman, former city Chief Data Officer Mark Headd and former Temple journalism chair Andy Mendelson, among others.

Read the full story

Find a bit more background on the piece (and a few objections) from our cofounder Christopher Wink here.

And remember, Philly Tech Week presented by Comcast is coming up fast. We kick things off April 17 with our Arcade @ Dilworth event.

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