Daily Links 10/22/2012: More problems at Amazon Web Services' Virginia site

Amazon problems take down Reddit, other sites (Gigaom)

PhillyInc: Hearing's message to Council: Philadelphia needs more capital and technology talent (Philly.com: Philly Inc)

A Second Screen You Can’t Not Watch: Bravo’s “Play Live” Adds Polls, Games to All Its Shows (Peter Kafka/All Things D)
Bravo is owned by Comcast/NBC.

AMC Networks, Dish Shares Up on Settlement Carriage Deal (Multichannel News)

The myth of the wireless spectrum crisis (Gigaom)

UD gets $3 million for entrepreneurship program (Wilmington News Journal: Delaware Inc)

MeetMe® Bridges Online and Offline Social Discovery With Launch of Photoboard (Marketwire)

Airclic Partners with Industry-Leading Integrated Navigation Solution Provider ALK Technologies
(PR Web)

2012 Philadelphia 100 named (Update: rankings released)

Tom Paine

The 2012 Philadelphia 100 winners are shown on the organization's website. Some of the up and coming newcomers to the list are Futura Mobility LLC, Think Brownstone and Zivtech. (Correction: Think Brownstone was on last year's as well.)

The Philadelphia 100 Awards Ceremony will be held on Wednesday evening, October 24, at
the Annenberg Center, 3680 Walnut Street. The program is run by the Wharton Small Business Development Center, The Entrepreneurs' Forum of Greater Philadelphia, and the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Update: The ranking of Philadelphia 100 companies was disclosed at the awards ceremony Wednesday night, and are now reflected in the site linked to above. Dynamic Defense Materials LLC was #1, WebiMax #2.