- Nutter signs business tax relief bills [Philadelphia Business Journal] — The bills were passed by Council here
- Master Grief [Bygone Era] — An essay from Geekadelphia’s Eric Smith, who describes how a broken heart caused him to get that full-sized Halo character costume we told you about.
- NuPathe CEO: Getting migraine patch OK’d shouldn’t be headache [Philadelphia Business Journal] — Conshohocken CEO Jane Hollingsworth had its Zelrix migraine patch turned down by the FDA in August, but they’re regrouping to resubmit in the first half of 2012
- NextDocs Establishes Asian Presence with New Office in Tokyo [NextDocs blog]
- Transit Hackers Take Philly for a Ride [Programmable Web] — On the Apps for SEPTA event we sponsored
- A Matchmaking Service to Unite Scientists and Citizen Volunteers [Forbes] — SciStarter.com from Science Cheerleader Darlene Cavalier
- Chromebooks help students go to the head of the class [Google blog] — Boasting Chromebook use in classrooms, including at the Montgomery School
- Our very own co-founders named to Empact100 and to be honored at White House [LTL Prints blog] — “Our very own co-founders, Kendall Schoenrock and Carsten Petzold have been named to the Empact100 list of the country’s top young entrepreneurs under 30 and will be recognized at the White House in Washington, D.C. on November 17.”
- Inquirer, DN moving to 8th and Market [Inquirer]
- Constitution Center Teaches History of Thanksgiving Using Hallpass Webcast [Geekadelphia]
- Sam Katz named chair at Phila.-area biotech greenhouse [Philadelphia Business Journal]
- Save The Internet [Redeye VC] First Round Capital’s Josh Kopelman is talking about the controversial Congress hearing around “first American Internet censorship system”.
People: LTL Prints / NextDocs / NuPathe / Carsten Petzold / Darlene Cavalier / Eric Smith / Kendall Schoenrock / Sam Katz
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