Brooklyn Beta: A Three-Day Workshop on Making Something You Love

Brooklyn Beta

I was one of the fortunate few to purchase a three-day pass to Brooklyn Beta, an intentionally small web conference with a considerably large following. It is the second year that Brooklyn Beta has run. Last year they ran it for a single day, and it drew so much attention from entrepreneurs, designers, developers and speakers from around the globe that they decided to run it for three days this year.

Over the next few days, I will be compiling notes here about the conference, the people I meet and what the ideas being shared at Brooklyn Beta say about the way we live, work and create today.

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