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Lineup for February 4 NY Tech Meetup

Couldn't make it to the meetup? You can watch the video stream, provided by the folks at MLB Advanced Media right HERE at http://atmlb.com/1inmvrb.
Here is the lineup for the February 4, 2014 NY Tech Meetup (listed in alpha order):

Birdi
Getbirdi.com
@birdi

Better than a smoke detector: Birdi monitors air quality, everyday health hazards, pollution and emergencies like fire and carbon monoxide so you can stay connected and protected in your home.

Charmtech Labs LLC (Capti)
www.captivoice.com
@CaptiNarrator

Capture your freedom with Capti Narrator: listen to everything you want to read

Confide
www.getconfide.com
@getconfide

Confide: Bringing off-the-record professional communication to the digital world

*DOWN, Inc.
downapp.com
@thedownapp

DOWN: Safe, Anonymous Dating In Your Social Network

Lenddo
https://www.lenddo.com
@lenddofriend

Lenddo is the world's first online platform that helps the emerging middle class use their social connections to build their creditworthiness and access local financial services.

Radiator Labs
www.radiatorlabs.com
@radiatorlabs

Radiator Labs: Take control of your radiator.

ThinkUp
https://thinkup.com/
@thinkup

ThinkUp is personal analytics for social media, explaining in simple language how to get more out of the time you spend on Twitter or Facebook.

Twenty Percent Games (Circle Stop)
http://www.twentypercentgames.com/
@20PercentGames

Twenty Percent Games: Making playful things by any means.

Uncharted Play (Soccket)
http://www.unchartedplay.com
@SOCCKET

Uncharted Play is a for-profit social enterprise that creates energy-harnessing play products.

*Vibease
www.vibease.com
@vibease

Vibease: The world's first wearable smart vibrator.

*Please READ - Special Content Note: This month, NY Tech Meetup will be featuring two companies (Vibease and Down) who are innovating in the sex+tech space at the end of our monthly program. These demos will begin at approximately at 8:40 to 8:45 p.m. The content of these demos will be safe for work, but as the topics being discussed relate to sex, parents should use their discretion as to what they feel is appropriate for their own children.

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