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Please give a warm welcome to our new readers. Yesterday, by way of a link, we forged an informal partnership with Philadelphia magazine‘s new Philly Post daily news blog. From here, we’ll be offering our insight on Philadelphia technology to a broader audience of tech-interested individuals, first hinted at last week. As is true of […]


Please give a warm welcome to our new readers.
Yesterday, by way of a link, we forged an informal partnership with Philadelphia magazine‘s new Philly Post daily news blog. From here, we’ll be offering our insight on Philadelphia technology to a broader audience of tech-interested individuals, first hinted at last week. As is true of so much of our effort, this is yet another opportunity to voice the triumphs and concerns of the community to a broader audience in the city and beyond.
I’ll be writing as Philly Mag’s online tech columnist, offering a fresh and often more in-depth and behind-the-scenes look at the goings-on of Technically Philly’s daily news. For those of you who have been following along regularly, the weekly column at Philly Post will be a different taste of what you already likely read between the lines in our news entries. For those just joining us, we hope you’ll enjoy the breadth of technology content that we’re humbly able to offer here.
Be sure to check out the first column, on the City of Philadelphia’s pitch for Google ultra-high speed Internet, at Philly Post.

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