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    • Navy Yard
Eyes on the Street

June 13: L&I inspector commits suicide | Lack of transparency, hoagies at Sheriff's Office | Highest paid City employees | Subaru considers move to Navy Yard | Germantown H.S. alumni association | Penn Treaty Trail

Good morning Streeters. Severe weather may be headed our direction. More sad news related to the 22nd & Market building collapse comes this morning. NewsWorks reports the lead L&I inspector of…

    • Bike Coalition and PWD look to technology to support their sustainability goals
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Philly's green leaders talk tech innovation

What do the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Water Department have in common? They are both using technology to advance their "green" goals.  Monday, the Bike Coalition's Nicholas…

    • ptw2013
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Philly Tech Week's plannerly side

City planners, preservationists, zoners and other PlanPhilly readers are in luck next week, as the annual Philly Tech Week is set to include several plannerly events. Pre-tech week festivities will start Friday…

    • Navy Yard Master Plan 2013 Update Philly: With 10,000 jobs, will the Navy Yard stand on its own as an innovation hub?

One of the most historic employment engines of Philadelphia is back in a new way, with more people working in the Navy Yard than ever before. Part of that success is…

    • Original illustration by Mike Jackson, Indy Hall Basic Member.

N3rd Street: a cluster of tech businesses claim a corridor from Old City to Northern Liberties

By Gabrielle Chepurny For Technically Philly A stretch of North Third Street in Philadelphia is on its way to acquiring a new moniker: N3rd Street. In recent years, the corridor from…

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Connect Philly: Got a cellphone, find free or cheap Internet nearby

It’s no secret that Philly has a deep digital divide, and closing that chasm is increasingly a focus of civic-minded tech and digital literacy initiatives. Our comrades at Technically Philly* announced …

    • Introducing Connect Philly, a new set of tools to find free Internet access and training

Introducing Connect Philly, a new set of tools to find free Internet access and training

Here at Technically Philly, we value highly the opportunities that access to and education about the Internet provide to citizens across city. We see it daily in our coverage, from the…

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