Brooklyn’s competitive advantage is interesting people doing cool things. Well, 2016 did not disappoint for weird shit Brooklynites made with new technology. In fact, it was as strong a year as ever there was. Some of it was artistic, some of it functional. All of it unusual. Let’s take a look.
Prayer hands emoji to Zack Schwartz for taking whatever amount of time from his life necessary to bring this into the world.
Ask Cat Frazier a question. She’ll respond to you with a custom gif. Hell yeah.
People really signed up for this (mostly journalists, ugh).
Ed Snowden is babe alert goals, apparently.
Nicole He is the best part of Brooklyn. Vote for her for Artist of the Year in our Brooklyn Innovation Awards here if you agree.
House plant Twitter. So Brooklyn.
This was one of our most-shared stories of the year. You never know, man.
More A1 emoji content.
Good point, headline. This was made by a poet.-30-
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