DJ Many is sole proprietor of a production company called MANYCreative. Having dwelt for a time in the Home for Hackers, he still lives in the Startup Village neighborhood.
DJ Many is sole proprietor of a production company called MANYCreative. Having dwelt for a time in the Home for Hackers, he still lives in the Startup Village neighborhood. Submitted photo
DJ Many is sole proprietor of a production company called MANYCreative. Having dwelt for a time in the Home for Hackers, he still lives in the Startup Village neighborhood. Submitted photo

Internet startups at KC area’s Home for Hackers: Five tales of hits and misses

March 09, 2016 07:09 PM

UPDATED March 13, 2016 12:45 PM

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