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Skeptech - an event series by Mark Hurst

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Sign up for Skeptech 2: Our next event will be on Thursday, Oct 26, 2017 at WFMU in Jersey City - sign up soon, as it will sell out!

Watch the video of the first Skeptech held on May 24, 2017 at WFMU.

Read Mark Hurst’s post that launched Skeptech.

About Skeptech

Skeptech is a new event and community exploring digital technology and its effects on our day-to-day lives - not in Luddite opposition to tech, but rather raising awareness about the challenges raised by digital technology today. Online apps and services can be addictive, they can threaten privacy, and they often manipulate users without their knowledge or consent.

Skeptech will spotlight people who tell the truth about tech, and projects that are making tech better for people.

About Mark Hurst

MARK HURST (founder and host of Skeptech) has spent his career consulting, writing, and speaking about how to create digital tech that benefits users. Hurst is the founder and host of the Gel conference, which featured the first stage presentations of Khan Academy and Wikipedia, and is the creator of the Good Todo mobile productivity platform. His books Bit Literacy and Customers Included introduced the world to the empty inbox method (now known as Inbox Zero), and made the case for companies to treat customers better. @markhurstMark Hurst bio

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