We’re always looking for new voices to chronicle how technology is changing Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Delaware, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Our definition of tech and innovation is broad. Think: startups, open data, internet activism, curious uses of social media. We’re open. But there has to be a tie to one of our markets — we’re passionate about what’s local. (If you’re not based in any of those regions, we also accept guest posts about tech scenes across the world.)
We’re looking for both reported stories (paid) and guest posts and opinion pieces from community leaders (not paid).
We’re particularly passionate about amplifying the voices of women, people of color and other underrepresented folks, so if that’s you, please reach out, even if you haven’t contributed professionally before.
Pitch us your ideas or just drop us a line letting us know you’re interested in writing for us and we’ll be in touch. We also publish sponsored content (check out some examples here), so let us know if you’re interested in that, too.
Here’s a look the different kinds of reported stories we run.
How one Brooklyn data scientist discovered a new, insidious world of email spam marketing [Technically Brooklyn]
Inside Byte Back’s important digital inclusion work [Technically DC]
Meet the group of neighbors spearheading West Baltimore’s innovation district [Technically Baltimore]
A Temple prof is archiving LGBTQ content in video games from the ’80s to now [Technically Philly]
Meet the first family of Delaware drones: Ryan Media Lab [Technically Delaware]
Here’s a look at the kinds of guest posts we run.
You gotta try this founder’s tech networking trick [Technically DC]
A hater’s response: Why I can’t get down with Klip Collective’s installation at Bok [Technically Philly]
Here are 5 ways Allovue is trying to make its staff more diverse [Technically Baltimore]
A dispatch from Hamburg’s Chaos Communication Congress [Technically Brooklyn]
A day in the life of an indie game designer before he ships his latest game [Technically Delaware]