CrunchGear Party Draws Gearheads, And--Shocker--Women

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Photo: Caroline McCarthy, CNet CNet’s Caroline McCarthy wraps up last night’s birthday party for TechCrunch’s sister blog CrunchGear at Red Sky on East 29th St.

Present: tech reporters, bloggers, start-ups, flacks, a few VCs, and apparently a lot of girls. McCarthy:

Freelancer and Next New Networks blog editor Blake Robinson pointed out that the gender ratio was actually somewhere close to 50/50–and possibly slightly skewed in favour of the females, which would make the event just about unprecedented in the local tech scene’s distinct history of “brodeos.”

Apparently absent: Valley-based CrunchGear/TechCrunch publisher Michael Arrington and NY-based, nerd-seeking socialite Julia Allison. Another recap by CrunchGear’s Blake Robinson.

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