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Albert Hong

Albert Hong

Albert Hong is a contributing reporter for Generocity and has been contributing to Technical.ly since May 2015. He was formerly the Lifestyle editor for Temple's student-run newspaper, The Temple News, where he wrote a column about local geek culture. If he's not brushing up on his Korean via his favorite Korean shows, he's playing "The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker."

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This ‘public laboratory’ is testing whether people can understand each other’s differences creative

Dec. 8, 2016 12:50 pm

This ‘public laboratory’ is testing whether people can understand each other’s differences

Clarinda Mac Low's work with Incredible Witness is all about empathy.
Inside Suz Hinton’s magical, hardware-filled corner of the nerdiverse dev

Sep. 8, 2016 10:41 am

Inside Suz Hinton’s magical, hardware-filled corner of the nerdiverse

A look at some of the Brooklyn developer's side projects, including her new live coding show on Twitch.
Chris Remus wants you to know that you don’t always need to be productive creative

Aug. 29, 2016 11:01 am

Chris Remus wants you to know that you don’t always need to be productive

The mindfulness blogger on the difficulties of entrepreneurship and what drove him to change his ways.
Here’s all the minutiae you’ll ever wanna know about WWE Raw in Brooklyn, in a pretty package creative

Aug. 26, 2016 12:54 pm

Here’s all the minutiae you’ll ever wanna know about WWE Raw in Brooklyn, in a pretty package

Graphic designer Kate Foray seriously nerds out about wrestling.
Vote for these 40 SXSW panels featuring Brooklyn tech folk creative

Aug. 23, 2016 12:10 pm

Vote for these 40 SXSW panels featuring Brooklyn tech folk

Featuring Huge (lots of Huge), startups like Etsy and Sparkplug and students from South Brooklyn Community High School.
Tonight: Change the color of One World Trade Center’s spire from Brooklyn Bridge Park creative

Aug. 22, 2016 11:58 am

Tonight: Change the color of One World Trade Center’s spire from Brooklyn Bridge Park

It's the first time the public will get a chance to control the building's lights.

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