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Drexel’s green home technology experiment uncategorized

May 6, 2010 11:30 am

Drexel’s green home technology experiment

The Drexel Smart House, located at 34th and Race Streets, is a 19th century Victorian home that is being transformed into a living, working laboratory for green tech.
Smart home technology increases automation while lowering energy consumption uncategorized

May 4, 2010 1:00 pm

Smart home technology increases automation while lowering energy consumption

In partnership with Temple University’s Multimedia Urban Reporting Lab, the university’s capstone journalism class, students Chelsea Leposa and Jared Pass will cover neighborhood technology issues for Technically Philly and Philadelphia Neighborhoods through May. The is the first of a two-part series about residential technologies being developed or explored in the region. Read the second on […]
Why Philly has only one Low Power FM community radio station uncategorized

Apr. 13, 2010 1:45 pm

Why Philly has only one Low Power FM community radio station

In partnership with Temple University’s Multimedia Urban Reporting Lab, the university’s capstone journalism class, students Chelsea Leposa and Jared Pass will cover neighborhood technology issues for Technically Philly and Philadelphia Neighborhoods through May. “Welcome to WPEB 88.1FM, the first station on your dial,” radio host Shirley Randelman says into her microphone. “You’re listening to Community […]
Can mobile ubiquity help bridge Philly’s digital divide? uncategorized

Mar. 31, 2010 11:00 am

Can mobile ubiquity help bridge Philly’s digital divide?

In partnership with Temple University’s Multimedia Urban Reporting Lab, the university’s capstone journalism class, students Chelsea Leposa and Jared Pass will cover neighborhood technology issues for Technically Philly and Philadelphia Neighborhoods through May. Apple’s iPhone and iTouch sold 57 million units in 28 months, according to Morgan Stanley’s The Mobile Internet Report. Smartphones and other […]
Ex-offenders seek training to improve computer literacy access

Mar. 5, 2010 3:00 pm

Ex-offenders seek training to improve computer literacy

Susan Guggenheim, who runs a ex-offender technology training program, says, “The society at large needs to get over this thing of penalizing ex-offenders twice, once during their period of incarceration and forever after when they come out.”
Nonprofit Technology Resources repairing computers, refurbishing futures uncategorized

Feb. 25, 2010 8:00 am

Nonprofit Technology Resources repairing computers, refurbishing futures

In partnership with Temple University’s Multimedia Urban Reporting Lab, the university’s capstone journalism class, students Chelsea Leposa and Jared Pass will cover neighborhood technology issues for Technically Philly and Philadelphia Neighborhoods through May. Disclosure: NTR is a Technically Philly advertiser, though this post was not part of any advertising package and was reported by non […]
Village of Arts and Humanities uses digital production to highlight youth issues creative

Feb. 16, 2010 11:00 am

Village of Arts and Humanities uses digital production to highlight youth issues

The colorfully painted walls at the Village of Arts and Humanities in North Philadelphia allow the students to forget their day’s troubles and concentrate on their creativity. Before class begins, students sit around sharing the latest gossip and brag about their day. The smiles on their faces and the energy of the room prove that […]

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