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This Friday, 70+ New York startups and tech companies — including us! — are opening their doors so you can see where the magic happens. Organized by Harvest, one of the stars of the city’s startup scene, this event is an official partner of Internet Week New York 2011 and will take place this Friday from noon to 6pm (though check the map for exact hours for each location).

When you stop by Hyperallergic HQ, we’ll be sure to be friendly — though some of the staff will probably be out on assignment that day, we are a media company after all. But we promise to entertain you the best we can.

While we will be the only company representing Williamsburg, there are a ton of other great venues if you prefer to wander around another neighborhood. You can visit startups like Harvest, Gawker, Flavorpill, VYou, ZocDoc or Rocketboom in Soho or Vimeo, Betaworks or BlipTV in Chelsea. We encourage you to explore your local tech and startup scene.

Of course, this wouldn’t be a tech event without a hashtag, so check out #walkaboutnyc all week for updates.

Also, if you come by our office and does two of the following two things:

  • checks into Hyperallergic HQ on Foursquare or Facebook
  • signs up for our email list

…will get a free Hyperallergic tshirt! Hurry, because quantities are limited.

For more info, visit walkaboutnyc.com
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