Daily Links 6/30/2011: DreamIt Ventures teams up Ben Franklin Tech Partners, local angel investors, to keep more startups in Philly
Accelerator DreamIt Ventures gets on the cash bandwagon (Gigaom)
Aims to team up with local angels and Ben Franklin Technology Partners to keep more promising startups in Philly.
Ben Franklin press release.
Domain-name expansion likely to create turf wars (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Obama in Philly Thursday
Comcast exec, young professionals host two DNC events to raise campaign cash (NBC Philadelphia)
Comcast Gets Two More Weeks To Respond To Bloomberg Complaint
July 13 Deadline Moved to July 27 (Multichannel News)
Scripps Sets $1 Billion Buyback in Sign Cable Programmer Won’t Seek Buyer (Bloomberg)
Why Adobe is losing the mobile development war (GoMo News)
Lancaster's appMobi introduces appFlash.
Delaware, Philadelphia advertisers team up (Wilmington News Journal)
HP: Break ‘Em Up? (Forbes: The Tech Trade)
SAP’s four dimensions of SaaS success (Enterprise Irregulars)
ShopRunner kicks up the pace
The Amazon Prime competitor plans an e-wallet and a monthly subscription option. (Internet Retailer)
One of the important pieces left over after eBay acquired most of GSI Commerce.
Technology-in-education conference reaches out to tweeters (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Lokadot Launches Free iPhone App for Philadelphians and 'Old City' Tourists for 4th of July Weekend (PR Newswire)