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"NCTJ-qualified journalist, copywriter and subeditor, currently based in Brighton."
"Journalist. Loves brevity."
"Deputy editor of guardian.co.uk/books, edit the Guardian children's books website and also do some freelance editorial work in the education/tech field (open..."
"I am a film maker www.doyouknowmy.name"
"Web editor at The Argus, online journalism lecturer at Journalist Works and City College, co-founder of Brighton Future of News Group"
"I am the publisher and owner of Journalism.co.uk, the news site for online-savvy journalists"
"I have 16 years’ comms experience in the arts, education, business, science and technology sectors, including managing press at Cornerhouse, freelancing as a writer..."
"Media for Development student at Sussex. Aspiring filmmaker/storyteller. Also interning for the fascinating Every1Mobile. Looking to learn more!"
"I runs a startup specialising in software for writers."
"Rubyist and language geek"
"Maths student, writes things, plays the piano."
"Freelance Technologist. Interested in social start-ups."
"Coder that's just moved to Brighton, interested in meeting like minded geeks"
"Hi My name is Sarah, IrishAggers on Twitter & I have two blogsites, one is Brighton-centric called BestBitsAboutBrighton.com & the other is called ModernBric..."
"I'm technology correspondent at Journalism.co.uk.
I'm a former local newspaper reporter and radio newsreader who is optimistic about the future of..."
"Hacker from Paris"
"Web strategy, project management and all that stuff"
"Hi. am Ernest and am glad to be here"
Hacks/Hackers is a global movement where hacks (journalists) and hackers (developers) meet for talks, demos, hackathons and socials.
It started in San Francisco and New York in 2009 and there are now 30 meet-up groups across five continents (see the Hacks/Hackers site).
The goal of Hacks/Hackers is to create a "network of journalists and technologists who rethink the future of news and information".
Hacks/Hackers Brighton launched in September 2011 at the Brighton Digital Festival.
Organised by Journalism.co.uk, the group includes talks and demos from hacks and hackers and draws on the wealth of talent in and around Brighton.
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