New York Times Deputy Tech Editor Leaves For Kickstarter (NYT)

New York Times Deputy Tech Editor Leaves For Kickstarter (NYT)

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New David Gallagher, a deputy editor for technology at The New York Times, is leaving the company to work for Kickstarter. "After 7 years as an @nytimes tech editor it's time for something new," Gallagher tweeted today. "Thrilled about being part of @kickstarter and the NYC tech scene." Gallagher's departure comes...
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