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Philadelphia’s Serious Crime Database Gets Makeover

A city worker has taken the police department’s serious crime database and turned it into an interactive website.


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Zapd APP

Creating websites can be a pain, but the Zapd app makes it an easy process for anybody.


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New Website Simplifies Voting Process For NJ Residents

A Burlington County official has now made the voting process easier for NJ residents looking for November election information.


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New Website Lets You Rent Out Your Own Car

Move over, car rental and corporate car-sharing. There’s now a nationwide network of individuals willing to let you rent their personal vehicle.


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Temple’s New Website Tells The Story Of Civil Rights In Philadelphia

Temple University just launched a new website that helps tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement in Philadelphia.


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Now You Can ‘App’ Yourself

If you have a blog, want to show off your photos, or need to reach a new market with your business, a web startup is helping you ‘app’ yourself on smartphones.



3-On Your Side: Save Instantly

So have you ever gotten your Group-on? Groupon is a daily deal offered each day via e-mail that offers savings of 50% or more on products and services.


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New Website Offers Advice And Resources For Caregivers Of The Elderly

The Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly in Philadelphia or CARIE has launched a website to help caregivers


New Jersey Professor Accused Of Running Prostitution Site

A New Jersey college professor has been arrested in New Mexico and is accused of operating a prostitution website.



Website Helps Teachers Facing Touch Economic Times

Teachers, forced to be creative, have found hope on the internet at, a website where teachers can ask for donations of items–like books and even iPads–for class projects.