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TweetFor the last 5/8 years, the tech scene in London has been flourishing, with the Silicon Roundabout becoming the main hub for startups and other young companies. Oddly enough, the biggest tech events have been taking place somewhere else in Europe, with Le Web in Paris and The Dublin Web Summit (in Dublin of course) […]

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TweetIt all started with Rupert Turnbull, publisher of Wired, thanking all the people involved and sharing some very interesting stats about the audience (countries, roles, type of companies), which is very important to makes us feel good for being part of it, priming the start of the event with a positive feeling. Followed David Rowan, […]

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TweetThis interesting Ignite presentation (5 minutes preso, with 20 slides that advance automatically every 15 seconds) by Tom Scott was recorded at Ignite London in March 2010. Scott talks about a Flash Mob that goes wrong… or does it? I liked his storytelling and the visual aid of his slides. Most importantly, I appreciated the […]

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Tweet On November 17th 2009 the 140 Characters Conference (@140conf) will arrive to London, after two successful editions in New York and Las Vegas. Organized by Jeff Pulver, this series of events was originally born to discuss the “real-time web” and “the effects of twitter on: Celebrity, The Media, Advertising and (maybe) Politics” but in […]

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