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Amanda Quick

Amanda Quick is a tech writer who's passionate about telling the stories of entrepreneurs nationwide. She also covers young founders, apps, wearables, IoT and emerging tech. Amanda has lived in Kansas City, Boston and Scranton, Pa., but she's currently a grad student at Syracuse University's iSchool.

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How dev shop hatchmap is connecting fans with cycling’s hottest race dev

Aug. 6, 2015 1:22 pm

How dev shop hatchmap is connecting fans with cycling’s hottest race

The no-brakes sprint that is the Red Hook Criterium has quickly become an international phenomenon. The Greenpoint-based hatchmap built an app for tracking racers and keeping fans looped in.
Mantry is more than just food in a box business

Jul. 9, 2015 9:58 am

Mantry is more than just food in a box

Mantry is stocking pantries with artisanal foods from American makers. “There are so many people who are making amazing things,” said cofounder Reggie Milligan.
By launching in Jamaica, this international bill-pay service expects lots of business in Brooklyn business

Jul. 7, 2015 11:36 am

By launching in Jamaica, this international bill-pay service expects lots of business in Brooklyn

The venture-backed Regalii is eyeing growth here and overseas.
This advertising startup says you can make $150K flying its drones business

Jun. 29, 2015 7:36 am

This advertising startup says you can make $150K flying its drones

DroneCast does advertising via drone, and is looking for pilots for a new partner program.
Bankroll these booze-hiding books creative

Jun. 16, 2015 7:22 am

Bankroll these booze-hiding books

Like Sherlock? Like drinking? We have a crowdfunding campaign for you.
These GIFs are about sex: ‘Technophilia’ art show looks at sexuality in the internet age creative

Jun. 12, 2015 11:27 am

These GIFs are about sex: ‘Technophilia’ art show looks at sexuality in the internet age

Faith Holland's first solo exhibition at Bushwick's TRANSFER Gallery offers a fun, feminist take on “the new intimacy.”
SunFarmer is raising money to rebuild Nepal access

Jun. 8, 2015 12:57 pm

SunFarmer is raising money to rebuild Nepal

The Brooklyn energy nonprofit has ambitious plans to improve healthcare in the earthquake-ravaged country. It all starts with electricity.
Industry City becomes first Brooklyn property with super-fast internet certification business

Jun. 4, 2015 8:39 am

Industry City becomes first Brooklyn property with super-fast internet certification

The commercial real estate complex in Sunset Park just nabbed WiredScore's Platinum certification for a handful of its old warehouses.

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