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Retro is back! Just check out last year’s 20-year record high for vinyl album sales.
There really is something special about the warm sound of records that sets them apart from their digital counterparts. That same differentiation for high-res photos and actual paper motivates the team at Technical.ly each year to bust out a labor of love, the Philly Tech Week Program & Magazine.
For us, it’s a chance think about pages and column widths and word counts; for you, it’s a fun excuse to break out your highlighters and mark up the events and activities that you don’t want to miss at Philly Tech Week 2016 presented by Comcast.
In addition to the 100+ events featured in the program’s calendar, the free magazine features original reporting from our editorial team and details on the partners and sponsors that help make the week happen. Keep in mind that while the print magazine is a great resource, you should always check the Philly Tech Week website for the most up-to-date event details.
Peep the map below for the 100+ locations where you can grab the print edition of the Philly Tech Week Program & Magazine. Don’t worry if you don’t score one in advance, you can check out the magazine online here and it will also be available at all official Philly Tech Week events.-30-
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