Web Summit: five from hundreds
“We wanted flying cars, but all we got are 140 characters . “
The main argument of Peter Thiel actually works only in English:”. When you’re a founder, you always shoulderstand go for a Monopoly “For Thiel, of course, does not mean the board game, but monopoly, the unique feature that niche.
Thiel is certainly one of the most entertaining speakers at the Web Summit in Dublin, mainly because behind his theses and provocations a wise head is capable of quite seriously. “We wanted flying cars, but everything we’ve got, are 140 characters”, is one of Thiel’s favorite records. He simply think, no doubt that Twitter, the company “to the next level lift” could, but this will not do hot, that he want to criticize Twitter as a company. But as an investor he <"gallery-1" class = "t3nGallery" section id =>
can probably prefer to steer clear of it.Also entertaining is the final round of the Web Summit with Bono, David Carr from the New York Times or Forss. “Whiskey is the most important technology of Ireland,” says Bono in a panel where it actually comes to music. And Lily Cole, model and entrepreneur says in just ten minutes with Matt Garrahan more than others in an hour. What else was worth seeing on the Web Summit? We’ve picked out for you from the packed three-day program. Five of hundreds of discussions and lectures. Have fun!
first Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny rings the NASDAQ bell
second Bono, Forss, Dana Brunetti, David Carr and Bill McGlashan
3rd Peter Thiel and Caroline Daniel
4th Noam Bardin, Maelle Gavet, Junyu Wang, Mike Butcher and Roger Egan
5th Lily Cole in conversation with Matt Garrahan
You want to look at you more from the Summit? Then you should take a look at the YouTube channel of the event.
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