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Here’s CTO Miguel GamiƱo Jr.’s vision for New York’s tech future

We caught up with the city’s CTO to find out what he’s thinking for the year(s) ahead.

Gawker is starting up again, taking to Kickstarter to raise money

Huge ditches the cover letter in favor of video

Can data make our cities better? Lessons from CARTO's data conference

Charlie O'Donnell wants to rebuild community in the NY tech world

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Who’s hiring: Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, Bubble, Aerobo

Notation Capital invests in modern labor platform Clora

Power Moves: Agrilyst hires Mikhail Hutton, Nathan Bashaw to Gimlet Media, Cassie Marketos rejoins Kickstarter

NYC Planning Labs ‘pushing the envelope’ with new ZoLa map

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Volunteers wanted to teach code in Brooklyn schools

Here’s who won the Technical.ly Brooklyn Awards last night

There’s a protest for net neutrality in Williamsburg Thursday night

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Startups hiring this week: JustFix, Pensa, Etsy, more

Teen Innovators tackle 3D printing during New Lab tour

Blockchain’s first breakout app is CryptoKitties, a game about breeding kittens

Power Moves: Andrew Kalish leaves DBP, Nicole Bode to Civil, Jeff Merritt on the move

This new app wants to be your tour guide of Brooklyn

Now you can pay your rent in Bitcoin

The average speed of a bus in Brooklyn is 6.3 mph

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