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Phillymag hearts our technology community

The June issue of Philadelphia magazine puts the technology, investment and entrepreneurial communities of Philadelphia on full display. The Phillymag feature led with an Editor Larry Platt-penned profile on King of Prussia VC military man Mike Burns, of Guggenheim Venture Partners — as of Monday night, the piece didn’t seem to be available online. The […]

The June issue of Philadelphia magazine puts the technology, investment and entrepreneurial communities of Philadelphia on full display.
The Phillymag feature led with an Editor Larry Platt-penned profile on King of Prussia VC military man Mike Burns, of Guggenheim Venture Partners — as of Monday night, the piece didn’t seem to be available online.
The piece was interspersed with pieces on three groups we’ve been so proud of helping bring to the forefront — “the funders, like GoodCompany Ventures and DreamIT Ventures; “the scenesters” like Indy Hall, Philly Startup Leaders, Roz Duffy and others and “the startups” like Azavea and 123LinkIt.
During the past year, we’ve seen a growing number of legacy media stories covering our areas of interest. It’s the collision of a number of factors, not the least of which is the growing awareness around the richness of our communities.
(The edition also included a profile of a more professional segment of the rich DIY movement afoot, though, like the Burns profile, the link doesn’t yet seem to be live.)
We might even humbly suggest Technically Philly’s 16-month existence — with many a story left untold — is further evidence of that.
[Full Disclosure: We write weekly about the technology and innovation communities for the Philly Post daily blog from Phillymag.]

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