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WeWorkinPhilly directory of creative, technology, business community; launches with ‘word-of-mouth’ growth

Launched last Wednesday by Indy Hall co-founder Alex Hillman and developer Linus Graybill, the project uses the Citizentry framework

The publicly-edited guide to the region’s creative, business and technology community dubbed WeWorkinPhilly.com has surpassed 400 people.

Launched last Wednesday by Indy Hall co-founder Alex Hillman and developer Linus Graybill, the project uses the Citizentry framework, led by Reid Beels for a community guide in Portland.

Today Hillman shared some word-of-mouth growth numbers, including 420 people to date, 117 companies and other groups and projects. Users can sign up using Twitter or LinkedIn accounts and create profiles for their companies, groups and organizations relevant to the community.

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