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On his personal blog, Duck Duck Go founder Gabe Weinberg continues his Traction video series with Surf Canyon CEO Mark Cramer. MIGHT BE WORTH YOUR TIME Tech Crunch reports on the high capital outputs from Russian investment firm Digital Sky Technologies, the CEO of which is a 1992 Wharton grad. On its corporate blog, New […]


On his personal blog, Duck Duck Go founder Gabe Weinberg continues his Traction video series with Surf Canyon CEO Mark Cramer.

MIGHT BE WORTH YOUR TIME

Tech Crunch reports on the high capital outputs from Russian investment firm Digital Sky Technologies, the CEO of which is a 1992 Wharton grad.
On its corporate blog, New Jersey-based business dashboard company RJMetrics offers five tips for startups as inspired by Jay-Z lyrics.
StartPhilly has a guest post about Runt.ly a service aimed at hosting messages too long for micro-blogging services but too short for the need of a traditional blog.

GIVE A GLANCE

The Inquirer reports that, rather than passing a progressive clean-energy standards bill, the Pennsylvania state legislature ended its 2009 working calendar squabbling over casino table games.
WHYY offers an audio report on plans for the city to buy what remains of the municipal broadband network.

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