At the end of September, we will host the second annual Baltimore Innovation Week (http://baltimoreinnovationweek.com), an open calendar of events celebrating technology and innovation in the region. The goal of the week is to bring together, build, promote the arts, tech and innovation communities.
The evening includes an engaging discussion with four national tech reporters who are based in or near Baltimore.
Christopher Mims (@mims (https://twitter.com/mims)), the science and technology correspondent for Quartz (http://qz.com/). His work has appeared in Wired and Scientific American, as well as on the BBC. Hamish McKenzie (@hamishmckenzie (https://twitter.com/hamishmckenzie)), Hamish McKenzie is a Baltimore-based reporter for PandoDaily (http://pandodaily.com/) who covers media, politics, and international startups. His first name is pronounced “hey-mish” Mario Armstrong (@marioarmstrong (https://twitter.com/marioarmstrong)), a Digital Lifestyle Expert™, Media Personality and an Emmy Award Winning TV Host. Mario is an on-air contributor for several networks including NBC's TODAY Show, Fuse, NPR, WYPR, CNN and HLN. Sean Gallagher (@thepacketrat (https://twitter.com/thepacketrat)), the IT editor at Ars Technica (http://arstechnica.com/). Sean has been either in the review lab or on a tech beat for most of the last two decades. A telecommuter since 1995, Sean lives and works in Baltimore.