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5 tips for fighting fake news from journalists and technologists

The discussion happened at this week’s Hacks/Hackers meetup. Panelists considered whether tech and journalism can mix, the meaning of fake news and a game.

Arlington cybersecurity firm spins out SCYTHE, launches CROSSBOW

Humans of Cybersecurity explores the people and issues in the industry

This app gives seniors a reason to sing

Bicoastal bot detection company Distil Networks names new CEO

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DC weed telemedicine startup is growing beyond the District

Meet the librarian advocating for Assistive Technology

Talk career pivots with TheBridge

Beacon House gets grant to bring tech to after school programs

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Code and Coffee provides a space for personal projects on the weekend

The Washington Post has a new way to track NFL players’ stats

This app will find the nearest bikeshare

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VR is cool, but it isn’t mainstream. This local company has a fix for that

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ICX Media raises $6.6 million in Series A round

Women in Cyber panel explores approaches to hiring, mentoring

Protect DC from climate change at GW’s hackathon

5 tips for startups seeking to partner with larger firms

ParkMyCloud grows by reducing cloud costs

Who will be DC’s fourth-wave consumer-tech success?

A new meetup of ‘hacker-journalists’ is taking on fake news

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These DC-based founders drop some serious knowledge in our Tomorrow Toolkit ebook

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