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BCNIPhilly Roundup

A week ago today, Technically Philly co-sponsored its first event, BarCamp NewsInnovation Philadelphia. We were all glad to see members of the Philadelphia community out, and we thank those of you who volunteered your time to help keep the event running smoothly. To see the world’s reaction to the event, head on over to the […]

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A week ago today, Technically Philly co-sponsored its first event, BarCamp NewsInnovation Philadelphia.
We were all glad to see members of the Philadelphia community out, and we thank those of you who volunteered your time to help keep the event running smoothly. To see the world’s reaction to the event, head on over to the official BCNI Philly page for a running list of all of the blog posts, photos and videos.
Technically Philly presented on starting a community-based niche news site and offered tips on how attendees could start their own. We talk about why we love Philebrity, why being part of the community you cover is important, and our plans to make this our day job.
Roxbury News kindly video taped most of our session:

Technically Philly also received love from a few other sources:

Oh yeah, and we trended (click below):
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And we promise, this is the last of our shameless plugs about BarCamp.

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