Indy Hall named one of the coolest coworking spaces in America [LINKS]

The 17 Coolest Co-Working Spaces In America [Business Insider] Old City coworking stalwart Indy Hall gets a shout on this list. Not that we needed anyone to tell us about the spot’s coolness, but it never hurts. Technology aims to improve lung transplant odds [Philadelphia Inquirer] The Inquirer profiles work being done at the University of Pennsylvania […]

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The 17 Coolest Co-Working Spaces In America [Business Insider] Old City coworking stalwart Indy Hall gets a shout on this list. Not that we needed anyone to tell us about the spot’s coolness, but it never hurts.

Technology aims to improve lung transplant odds [Philadelphia Inquirer] The Inquirer profiles work being done at the University of Pennsylvania and five other medical centers.

36 Hours in Philadelphia [New York Times] Ecommerce shop Kembrel‘s brick and mortar store gets a nod in this popular New York Times feature.

A new business connects diners, restaurants, and healthful meals [Philadelphia Inquirer] The Inquirer reports that the Conshohocken healthy meal delivery service Real Food Works is raising $1 million and that Gabriel Weinberg, founder of search engine DuckDuckGo, and his wife are customers. We reported on Real Food Works when it launched this summer.

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An Hour in the Life of a One-to-One Teacher in Baltimore [Technically Baltimore] From our sister site, a look inside a “one-to-one” classroom, in which there’s one advanced technology device for each student.

innovation nation: the science center turns 50 [Flying Kite]

DREXEL INTRODUCES KIOSK THAT DISPENSES MACBOOKS FOR STUDENT USE [press release]

5 GREAT TECH COMPANIES TO WATCH IN 2013 [Huffington Post via Artists & Instigators] Iowa-based Dwolla, one of local investment fund Artists & Instigators‘ portfolio companies and a Paypal competitor, gets mentioned on this HuffPo list of tech companies to watch, along with big names like Dropbox and Eventbrite.

PhillyInc: What happens when seed capital fails to make start-ups sprout? [Philadelphia Inquirer] “According to data crunched by CB Insights, just four in 10 companies that raise seed capital go on to complete a Series A round, which can range from $1 million to $10 million. Seed-stage rounds are generally less than $1 million.”

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