- New app offers Pa. Turnpike drivers real-time traffic updates [NewsWorks] — TRIP Talk
- How 9/11 changed Philadelphia businesses [Philadelphia Business Journal]
- Rutgers law librarian a Web pioneer [Inquirer] — John Joergensen’s New Jersey Court Web project (www.lawlibrary.rutgers.edu) has posted state appellate rulings since 1997
- Exit Interview: Britt Miller, Beloved Philly Artist [Geekadelphia] — The Geek site says goodbye to the devoted Philly artist and social media star, and steals our Exit Interview model, er, sorta.
- New Side Arts Partnerships and Discounts [SideArts] — “Side Arts is a creative management service for artists that offers online tools to manage the business side of creating art. It is the largest online network of artists in Philadelphia and offers the most local, current, and comprehensive listing of artist opportunities in the region.”
- Iroko Pharmaceuticals to add jobs, space at Philadelphia Navy Yard [Philadelphia Business Journal]
- Philly SteakOut: Website Helps People Decide Where to Grab a Cheesesteak [Geekadelphia] — Mikey il adds to our item on the Neiman Group web app
- Hive 76 Cleans up [Hive 76] — The Hacker space led a community clean up around its near-Spring Garden Street facility.
- Web portal idea loses momentum with CHCA [NewsWorks] The Chestnut HIll Civic Association says consultant Mel Taylor is losing interest. [Full Disclosure: Technically Philly discussed working with Taylor but that project, too, faded.]
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