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Sometimes you do things out of love.
For us, creating a paper magazine for Philly Tech Week 2017 presented by Comcast, though highly debated as a worthwhile product for a news website, is truly an act of love.
Our intention is not simply to make a guide to the more than 100 events during the week, but to create something of a time capsule that the community can hold on to, show off and be proud to be featured in. To make something to remind us all of how far the tech scene in Philly has come in the past seven years. To ensure that every single person interested in our different tracks (business, civic, science, media, dev, access and creative) has the same opportunity to get schooled on the year’s best stories from our team of journalists. To get a proper chance to plan for the week — regardless of their access to the web.
Basically, what I’m saying is, we don’t just do it for the ‘gram, people.
So go pick up a copy at one of the locations pinned below or take a peek at the digital copy now. We’ll also be publishing the stories in the magazine on our website throughout Philly Tech Week.
See the locations all over Philly to pick up a magazine below but remember, for the most up to date event info, the site’s your best bet.-30-
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