One year later, a look at Brooklyn tech - Brooklyn


Aug. 20, 2014 12:11 pm

One year later, a look at Brooklyn tech

We launched in Brooklyn one year ago today. Here's how the borough's tech scene has changed since, what we've covered in our first year and what we hope to deliver going forward. Feel free to annotate the piece using Genius.

(Photo by Flickr user Chris Ford, used under a Creative Commons license)

We’re trying something different here. To celebrate one year since Brooklyn launched, you can help write the story. Using Brooklyn-based Genius (formerly RapGenius), you, dear reader, can annotate this essay with any context or thoughts about the borough’s technology community. Make your annotations using Genius here.

Here’s a look at some of the broader trends we’ve covered in our first year:

Over the next year and beyond, we’ll continue to unearth stories from the Brooklyn tech narrative — while finding new ways to connect and convene Brooklyn’s technology community.


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