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Event Highlights: October 18th – 24th, 2010

Thank the Great Oswalt, it’s Monday in Philadelphia; and you know what that means: three can’t-miss technology events. For the record, we would have listed the Philly Startup Leaders Entrepreneurs Unplugged event this week, but it has been cancelled because of the Phillies game. Good for them, as we know a little bit about hosting […]

Thank the Great Oswalt, it’s Monday in Philadelphia; and you know what that means: three can’t-miss technology events.
For the record, we would have listed the Philly Startup Leaders Entrepreneurs Unplugged event this week, but it has been cancelled because of the Phillies game. Good for them, as we know a little bit about hosting an event during a Phillies game. Also, several sources have written that TEDxPhilly is this week when it is November 18th.
This week, catch up with our friends at Hive76, drink absinthe with designers and chat SEO while enjoying some microbrews.
Wednesday, October 20th: It’s been a while since we’ve recommended a Hive76 Open House here, but we suggest that you get reacquainted, Philadelphia. The hacking space has been on a roll lately hosting event’s like Top Secret Roses and we think its time to reinvigorate your love for everyone’s favorite hacking space. 8 p.m. Callowhill. INFO.
Wednesday, October 20th: The good folks at SEO Grail are meeting up this week to chat SEO and SEM practices. And, even better, the meetup is likely to take place at Triumph which is great for Fall beer drinking . 7 p.mOld City.INFO.
Thursday, October 21th: Ever talk about User Experience issues with driking absinthe? Cross that one off your bucket list this week with Philly CHI’s social meetup at Time. This meetup is starting later than the usual CHI meetup, so be sure to arrive at 8 p.m., not six. 8 p.m. Center City. INFO.

Companies: PhillyCHI / Hive76

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