Latest / 04 November
We were unable to attend, but thanks to the amazing world of the interweb, we kept in touch with the shenanigans down the road in the RDS and around Dublin. Here is our selection of tweets and posts from this years Web Summit.
A lot of people seem to share Rosita Boland’s thought – what is it all about?
Still don’t fully understand what happens at #websummit despite oodles of coverage. Networking? Disguised as eating and drinking together?
— Rosita Boland (@RositaBoland) November 4, 2014
Well, they had a Surf Summit this year
— Wild Atlantic Way (@irelandswaw) November 4, 2014
And to promote their commercial ventures, WordPress built the web summit a bridge to the Food Summit
— Paddy Cosgrave (@paddycosgrave) November 3, 2014
Meanwhile, over at the Night Summit, folk were keeping themselves well watered, and whiskeyed.
Take Me To Church, Eva found time for a tour of the City before speaking at the Web Summit.
We’ve always enjoyed Des Traynor’s talks, and he had a packed house this year
— Eamon Leonard (@EamonLeonard) November 4, 2014
— Lu Amado (@luamado84) November 4, 2014
Skater Tony Hawk showed us he still has it in Bushy Park. Rad.
Rio Ferdinand took to the stage on day 2 to talk about the theme of how social media has changed the perception of sportspeople
— SMBclix.com (@SMBclix) November 5, 2014
Inventor, designer, entrepreneur, and angel investor Tony Fadell took to the Main Stage.
— Marcus Swan (@mrcs1) November 5, 2014
— Paulo Pereira (@rolaco) November 5, 2014
Day 3 saw Tim O’Reilly take to the stage for a talk on AI & ‘The Global Brain”
— Pernille Tranberg (@PernilleT) November 6, 2014
@mneylon CEO of Blacknight gave us this news on our Taoiseach
Taoiseach Kenny admits he’s no techie and his staff manages his Twitter account – Independent.ie http://t.co/FMNyvAa6cH
— Michele Neylon (@mneylon) November 6, 2014
To finished off, these folk discussed the future of music, it was a busy hall after a hectic 3 days for all!!
You can catch all the talks over here on Youtube, including this interesting one with Matt Mullenweg, founder of WordPress and Tony Conrad founder of about.me and Sphere.