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Editor’s note: Every week we ship an email newsletter featuring the region’s most exciting career opportunities. We’ve lovingly called it This Week in Jobs (aka TWIJ — “twidge.”). Below is this week’s edition; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.


From Dr. Dre to Dr. Evil, Sunday’s Big Game saw a wave of nostalgia so large that even the “blink and you’ll miss them” cameos references something nearly two decades old.

Like it or not, nostalgia and looking back is a powerful tool. While it might be used to market a new internet plan or alcoholic seltzer, reflection on your past experience can help shed light on your future.

And, if that future might include a new opportunity? Well, we’ve got some down below for you, albeit without celebrity endorsement.

The News

Can crypto have a place in civics? Philly’s CIO thinks so.

Exploring ethics: Can a VC fund manager also provide consultancy services to founders seeking VC? Technical.ly explores the topic with Baltimore VC Lolita Taub.

Pittsburgh-based Mindstate Design Lab announced an $11.5 million seed round for its psychedelic solution to therapeutics.

Say it with us: Cybersecurity is for everyone, and here’s how we can train the next generation to navigate the challenge.

The coworking guides are baaaack! Delaware’s rundown of all your shared workspace options in 2022 is up first.

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And did you know that Technical.ly is now reporting in Milwaukee? Check out the new This Week in Milwaukee Rising newsletter for profiles of local tech and civic leaders.

The Jobs

Wanna work with us? Technically Media is seeking an Engagement Manager (Remote) to help our stories reach an audience.

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Philly/Delaware

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Pittsburgh

The End

Enjoy a trip down memory lane! We’ll see you when you get back.

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