An all-new + easy-to-read feature on the Philly Urban Living blog, “3 Things Worth Reading” provides curated articles/stories that I think my readers would enjoy, as it’s what I have recently enjoyed reading.
And hey, isn’t that why we’re all here?
1. Is this the start of a business community in Philadelphia’s Stadium District? It would make sense; hello, burgeoning South Philly neighborhoods, Broad Street Line, 76, & 95.
2. Looking to explore more of Philadelphia’s culinary greatness? Check-it check-it check-it, check-it-out.
3. Here’s a little slice of nature in the neighborhood that I call home.
That’s all for now, look out for the next batch!
|Philly Tech Week – 2012
DuckDuckGo founder Gabriel Weinberg states, “I think we’re riding the global trend here, but also we’ve had great community leaders as well. Our community is very tight-knit, which means it is very easy to connect with the top people in the scene.”
Philly has always been a city that feels a lot smaller than it really is. Maybe it’s our dense neighborhoods, or the fact that most natives choose to stay here rather than move. It’s hard to pinpoint the exact reasons, but as any local knows it’s very easy to get to know people in Philadelphia; and the booming tech scene has made that even easier.
I personally believe that people who move to Philadelphia from other places are our biggest assets. It’s easier for them to see all that our city has to offer than it is for those who have lived here their entire lives. I’m not saying that locals take our great city for granted (I sure don’t), but we tend to get complacent and set in our ways; just like any other big city native would. Although local tech expert Sean Blanda (co-founder and writer at the news blog Technically Philly) is from the general area, it’s still someone from the outside looking in.
Blanda states, “Philly is the greatest city in the country. This city is real life. It has real problems and real people, which give us all a tremendous opportunity to make a dent.”