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Goodbye, readers

After nearly three years on the beat, Technical.ly Brooklyn Lead Reporter Tyler Woods is moving on to a new opportunity. Here, he shares what he’s learned, and gives thanks.

Inside an algorithmically generated dance party at a Bushwick art space

Inside the Brooklyn factory building stackable homes

A real-life walkthrough of how to make cool things with augmented reality

Uber acquires Brooklyn bicycle company for reported $100 million

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Rockefeller money comes to Brooklyn for blockchain investing

New coworking space will join Gimlet Media in Downtown Brooklyn

On the Market: Open jobs in the Brooklyn tech world at LO3, uPort, LogCheck

Submissions now open for NYC Resistor Interactive Show

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Bus countdown clocks to arrive soon at more LinkNYC kiosks

Travel across America and down 50 MLK Boulevards in this video

Funding news about Simile

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This one goes out to the young and aspiring game developers

Kickstarter posts open call for Creators-in-Residence this summer

How to build a life after your daughter is murdered

Google, LO3, uPort and Artsy are all hiring right now in NYC

Bixby victorious in Make It In BK pitch competition

5 pitches from the Made in NY Media Center program turning creatives into founders

How a biotech robotics startup founded in a community hackerspace by a leftist activist just raised $10 million

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Learn from these Brooklyn founders in our Tomorrow Toolkit ebook

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