Daily Links 8/2/2011: Comcast's diversity progress questioned

Apply to Open Angel Forum Philly II (Gabriel Weinberg's Blog)

Web 1.0 Winners Aim For Lucky Strike #2 With Internet of Things Startup, ThingWorx (Read Write Web)
ThingWorx is based in Exton.

Kenexa Announces Financial Results for Second Quarter 2011 (Business Wire)

SevOne Continues Strong Growth and Expands Product, Partnerships and Leadership Team (Marketwire)

Earnings Preview: Comcast to report 2Q earnings tomorrow (AP via Bloomberg Business Week)

Comcast-NBCU Under Fire for Not Moving Fast Enough on Diversity
(The Wrap)

NBC's Robert Greenblatt: 'It's My Schedule for Better or Worse' (Hollywood Reporter)

Does Cable Have a Wireless Plan B? (Light Reading Cable)

FiOS dominates as FCC measures actual Internet speeds (Ars Technica)

Edison Ventures Completes 16th IPO with Tangoe (Nasdaq: TNGO)
6X Return Reinforces Edison’s SaaS Leadership
(PR Web)

VectorLearning Completes $24 Million Investment from LLR Partners to Support Continued Growth & Acquisitions
Leading online education provider VectorLearning has received funding from private equity firm LLR Partners.
(PR Web)

Turntable.fm closing $7.5M round led by Union Square Ventures (VentureBeat)
First Round Capital was an early backer.

Vishay Reports Results for Second Quarter 2011 (Business Wire)

Checkpoint Systems, Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2011 Results (Business Wire)

Donald Farmer’s Take on Business Discovery (The QlikView Blog)

RES Software Achieves 185 Percent Growth in Target Markets and Accelerates Expansion within Key Geographies
50 Percent Overall Year-Over-Year Growth and Record First-Half Bookings Realized, RES Poised for Aggressive Second-Half Growth
(Business Wire)

Christie: Technology investments a priority in NJ
(AP via NJ.com)