GeekWire is turning 10: Seeking memorabilia from the past decade of Seattle and Pacific NW tech

GeekWire’s new foyer show courtesy of BCRA Design. (Picture © Aaron Locke/BCRA)

Assist us have fun a decade of tech information protection in Seattle!

GeekWire turns 10 in March, and we’re searching for donations of swag, devices, pictures and different objects representing key folks, corporations, information and occasions from the previous decade in Seattle and Pacific Northwest tech, to showcase in our new foyer show, designed by BCRA.

We shall be marking this 10-year milestone by trying again at main developments from the previous decade within the area’s tech group. As a part of that, we’re including to our assortment of memorabilia, which already consists of such gems as a concrete chunk from Microsoft’s first Redmond constructing, an Amazon hardhat, a Convoy toy truck, and pictures of staff actions, massive information and notable folks we’ve coated.

So take a detailed have a look at these closets and cabinets! Inform us what you’d prefer to donate at, and if chosen, we’ll work with you to coordinate cargo or drop-off.

Along with claiming a spot in our foyer show, chosen objects shall be featured in a particular commemorative submit on GeekWire, together with recognition for individuals who contributed.

A particular thanks to the staff at BCRA Design, who helped spruce up GeekWire HQ in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood. Our small and scrappy staff appears to be like ahead to returning there because the pandemic permits, after we can as soon as once more collaborate within the convention room and benefit from the buzz within the newsroom when massive tales break.

Due to all of you for studying and supporting GeekWire.

Extra pictures from the workplace “refresh”:

The brand new foyer show showcases previous GeekWire occasions and can incorporate memorabilia from the previous decade in Seattle and Pacific NW tech. (Picture © Aaron Locke/BCRA)
As a result of intense world curiosity in expertise, concepts and innovation rising from our yard, one among GeekWire’s mantras, and new convention room decor, has change into: What occurs right here issues all over the place. (Picture © Aaron Locke/BCRA)
This former space for storing would possibly change into the most well-liked seat within the workplace. Within the background is a part of a mural from GeekWire’s launch social gathering in 2011, a reminder of the expertise group’s longtime assist. (Picture © Aaron Locke/BCRA)
GeekWire is guided by these seven core values, displayed within the GeekWire newsroom. Be taught extra about our core values and journalistic focus at (Picture © Aaron Locke/BCRA)