How Indy Hall changed me [Links Roundup]

An ode to the Old City coworking space, marriage vows and national press for TechGirlz. It's the Friday Links Roundup.

Finding myself in Philly [New Worker]: Indy Hall member Hila Ratzabi on joining Indy Hall: “When I entered Indy Hall for the first time, I was quickly struck by the physical space. There were funky paintings everywhere, a turtle tank (hi, Timmy), a beer fridge, a whole line up of hard liquor in the kitchen. There was the smell of coffee brewing. There were people chatting, people working at desks… there were actual people!”

Love: Jamie Smith & Sean Dawes [Philadelphia Inquirer]: Sean Dawes, head of SEO consulting business Rocket Dove, gets married.

Philadelphia Science Teachers Use Crowdfunding Campaigns to Start Makerspaces in Schools [Generocity]See our coverage here.

May’s Essential Tech Women Review: Are Women Advancing In IT? [Forbes]: Youth nonprofit TechGirlz gets featured in this column.

Companies: Indy Hall / Rocket Dove / TechGirlz

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