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‘Baltimore Style’ talks to Baltimore tech

The magazine catches up with four familiar faces for a quick hit on apps, devices and downtime.

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Need a reminder that tech is fashionable? Check out the April edition of Baltimore Style.
In a feature called “Geek Chic,” the magazine checks in with four familiar faces for the Baltimore tech community: newly-appointed DreamIt Health Program Manager Shervonne Cherry, Emerging Technology Centers Program Manager (and contributor) Jacqueline Albright, 410 Labs founder Dave Troy and Groove Commerce founder Ethan Giffin.
They talk favorite apps, mobile device addictions and, yes, there is a reference to the poop emoji.
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Speaking of tech addictions, former Baltimore Lead Reporter Andrew Zaleski has a piece in the same issue in which he unplugged from all of his devices for a weekend. Someone had to stop him from yelling at his laptop.


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