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New Year’s resolutions from the Brooklyn tech scene

Checking Twitter for New Year's resolutions from local innovators.

New Year's fireworks over Brooklyn. (Photo by Flickr user Sam Kimbrel, used under a Creative Commons license)

It’s that time of year for making wild promises to yourself.
We scanned Twitter for New Year’s resolutions for 2015 (and reports on resolutions from 2014). Here’s some of the more interesting items we found from members of the local innovation economy:


https://twitter.com/itgetsbedder/status/550550520407269376
https://twitter.com/BookishMatt/status/550671682760089600
https://twitter.com/RonanFarrow/status/550506694649053184


Here’s a hot tip: If you really want to meet a goal, there’s a good argument to be made that you shouldn’t tell anyone about it. That said, local curator of important thinking on creativity, Maria Popova, culled a list of lists of resolutions from important thinkers and doers.


By the way, the above tweets were collected from this handy Twitter list of people who work in tech in the County of Kings.

Companies: Dumbo Startup Lab
Series: Brooklyn

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