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Event Highlights for January 25-31, 2010

Our calendar continues its upward trajectory this week with an event every night. On Monday, for less than a Hamilton, you can head on over to the coolest building in the city (that would the Cira Center for those keeping track at home) for Mobile Monday’s DEMO night. It’s a veritable who’s who in the […]

Our calendar continues its upward trajectory this week with an event every night.
On Monday, for less than a Hamilton, you can head on over to the coolest building in the city (that would the Cira Center for those keeping track at home) for Mobile Monday’s DEMO night. It’s a veritable who’s who in the mobile space.
If your business dress code requires you to look more like John Hodgman than Justin Long, stop in and visit the Mac Business User Society at UArts where the group will be talking about the Apple Tablet.
And on Saturday, bring the kids to the Franklin Institute for a life-sized game of “Operation”. And this time, your older brother won’t be bothering you as you try to remove the funny bone.
All events listed on the event calendar are free to attend. Be sure to check our complete calendar for more.

Monday, January 25 – Councilman Green and ten local mobile companies will be on hand to show of their wares and network at the Cira Center. Technically Philly article subjects like PlaySay and Clearwire will be among those on hand. 5:30 p.m. University City. RSVP. [view more events]
Tuesday, January 26th – Turns out, Macs aren’t just for college students and wannabe musicians. Who knew? Trade business tips with other Mac users as the Mac BUS folks meet at UArts, to discuss the impact of the upcoming Apple Tablet. Take it from someone who covers the media industry for his day job: people are really excited about this thing. 6:30. Center City. INFO. [view more events]
Saturday, January 30 – An early entry for coolest event of the year, Hive76 is teaming up with the Fanklin Institute to create a life-sized version of the game “Operation.” The museum will be hosting a tournament in conjunction with its new Body World 2 exhibit. Though we’re not expert marketers, we wish the folks at the Franklin wouldn’t call the Operation guy “Cavity Ben.” Just sayin’. 11:00 a.m. Ben Franklin Parkway. RSVP. [view more events]
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Companies: Franklin Institute / Mobile Monday

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