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Erica DePascale is a journalism student at Temple University. You can find her on LinkedIn here.

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For talented, dedicated and hilarious local online comedy scene, where’s the audience? uncategorized

May 4, 2012 11:30 am

For talented, dedicated and hilarious local online comedy scene, where’s the audience?

It’s a total run time of 11:11 of pure black-and-white video, sitting in the center of a black page on an interactive flash website. “I’m wrapped up in the custody battle over our dog Wrango. I mean, I don’t know who should get [Wrango] because I did all the walking, but she did all the […]
Meet Evelyn Cruz: teacher and robotics group organizer at Roberto Clemente Middle School in Hunting Park [VIDEO] uncategorized

Apr. 24, 2012 10:00 am

Meet Evelyn Cruz: teacher and robotics group organizer at Roberto Clemente Middle School in Hunting Park [VIDEO]

Evelyn Cruz did not always want to be a robotics teacher or even dabble in technology. In fact, she started out as a bus attendant at Roberto Clemente Middle School in Hunting Park, making a meager salary. Now, a technology teacher leader and robotics instructor at her old middle school alma mater, as Technically Philly […]
Philadelphia OIC launches public digital literacy training with LIFT, Comcast access

Apr. 23, 2012 9:30 am

Philadelphia OIC launches public digital literacy training with LIFT, Comcast

The Philadelphia Opportunity Industrialization Center hosted its first public digital literacy training session last week in partnership with LIFT-Philadelphia and Comcast.
AT&T Aspire program offers career opportunities for Girl Scouts from Hunting Park, Germantown uncategorized

Apr. 5, 2012 10:00 am

AT&T Aspire program offers career opportunities for Girl Scouts from Hunting Park, Germantown

Last week, 32 Girl Scouts from Nueva Esperanza Academy in Hunting Park and Germantown High Schools traveled to AT&T's regional offices in King of Prussia to hear about career opportunities in technology and business.
Media Bureau Network: founder Ben Barnett sells Northern Liberties HQ company culture

Mar. 28, 2012 10:30 am

Media Bureau Network: founder Ben Barnett sells Northern Liberties HQ

Launched in 1997, MBN was one of the state's first online content producers. Its rambling studios represents a changing Northern Liberties too. Will they keep up with a fast-changing landscape?
AT&T Aspire: $250 million national job readiness program already given $800k locally uncategorized

Mar. 28, 2012 10:00 am

AT&T Aspire: $250 million national job readiness program already given $800k locally

In its new $250 million initiative program called AT&T Aspire, the company aims to help young and driven students to graduate from high school with the technological tools and skills they need to advance into a successful career. AT&T unveiled their newest goals for the program recently, promising a five-year financial commitment to the program […]
Documentary on ‘Philadelphia technology community’ to launch in Fall [VIDEO] growth

Mar. 26, 2012 11:30 am

Documentary on ‘Philadelphia technology community’ to launch in Fall [VIDEO]

Philadelphia’s tech scene is getting its own debut. Name this Documentary The still-unnamed Philly Tech Documentary needs a title, and the pair of filmmakers behind it want your help. How should they convey the growth of community here? Send suggestions to PhillyTechDoc@gmail.com. Credit will be paid in the film. It’s lights, camera, action for producers […]
First Lego League: youth robotics championship tournament held Saturday at Penn uncategorized

Jan. 30, 2012 11:00 am

First Lego League: youth robotics championship tournament held Saturday at Penn

Hotdog hats, bright white lab coats and Rosie the Riveter costumes set the atmosphere Saturday for the Penn First Lego League Championship Tournament, held in the Irvine auditorium at the University of Pennsylvania Saturday. FLL, a robotics program designed for kids ages 9 to 14, aims to get young students excited and involved in science […]

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