Update on Philly Tech Events Calendar

I mistakenly deleted the unique URL on which the Philly Tech Events calendar is published each week, and I apparently can't get it back (the URL, that is, not the content)

If you follow the calendar, or wish to follow it, you can find it here. The new URL is http://phillytechnews.blogspot.com/2011/09/philly-tech-events-calendar-updated.html. (I use the same URL each week).

Sorry for any inconvenience this causes anyone.

Daily Links 9/6/2011: Big changes coming in Manufacturing ERP

Sunoco to Sell Refineries (New York Times: DealBook)


Reflections on Workday, Dreamforce and SAP (Dennis Howlett/ZDNet Blogs)

Salesforce gunning for manufacturing ERP (Dennis Howlett/ZDNet Blogs)

Workday co-CEO Bhusri on IPOs, Windows tablets and strategy (ZDNet Blogs)
Workday is targeting SAP in particular, looking towards IPO next year.

Rootstock Software Introduces ‘The Manufacturing Suite’ On Salesforce.Com’s Force.Com Platform (Rootstock Press Release)
I wrote about Rootstock, in which Radnor's Cross Atlantic Capital Partners is an investor, and its interest in adding Salesforce.Com's Force.Com platform in June.

AmerisourceBergen Acquires IntrinsiQ, LLC (Business Wire)
Saw this rumored two months ago on another blog; person said it was going to be announced back then and it wasn't. Price is $35 million.

Google Goes Big With Its Hulu Bid (All Things Digital)

Analysis: CBS, NBC Extend PGA Rights, But Golf Channel Also Gains
New Nine-Year Deals Now Co-terminus With Cable Network's Pact Through 2021
(Multichannel News)

Bachus Takes on Fed Over Capital One-ING Deal (Wall Street Journal: Washington Wire)

Melbourne company seeks 1,200 temporary workers (Florida Today)
GSI Commerce.

With Rama, iPhone becomes tour guide to the past (Gigaom)
Sounds like a cool app; Philadelphia is one of the cities it covers.