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Random Hacks of Kindness pre-hackathon reception results [VIDEO]

More than 50 attendees shared some 30 hackathon ideas on a giant blackboard during Friday’s idea generation event for this weekend’s Random Hacks of Kindness. Among those nearly three dozen ideas, five of the six projects completed during the hackathon were pitched at the reception, which was held by Technically Philly in the new First […]

Random Hacks of Kindness idea brainstorming in December 2012.

Random Hacks of Kindness idea brainstorming

More than 50 attendees shared some 30 hackathon ideas on a giant blackboard during Friday’s idea generation event for this weekend’s Random Hacks of Kindness.

Among those nearly three dozen ideas, five of the six projects completed during the hackathon were pitched at the reception, which was held by Technically Philly in the new First Round Capital offices.

Random Hacks of Kindness idea board from the pre-event hackathon.

Find a list of the ideas here. Find coverage of the actual RHOK event here. Find the reception Meetup here.

The costs of six cases of local beer were split with GIS firm Azavea and the cost of 15 pizzas were split with SEO firm Rocket Dove.

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jt6WvWVsdl0?list=UUd3kzv-xD-z9b8c5QBJ0agw&hl=en_US]

Companies: Azavea

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