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post-LeWeb posts: Startup Competition winners

19/04/2009

Selected in 2007 by Forbes as one of the 100 most powerful women, Christine Lagarde Minister of Finance of France, introduced the winners of the Startup Competition at LeWeb 08, with Loic Le Meur and Robert Scoble: Viewdle (Ukraine), Webnode (Czech Republic) and Zoover (Netherlands):

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Sniffy sniff with GaryVee

21/02/2009

Gary Vaynerchuk shares his passion for wine, people, web 2.0 and business during the filming of Wine Library TV Episode #624 – Pinot Noir Blind Tasting. Episode and interview excerpts were filmed at the WLTV studio.

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post-LeWeb posts: the Gillmor Gang

9/01/2009

Excerpts from: The Gillmor Gang at LeWeb 08, moderated by Steve Gillmor with guests: Michael Arrington, Loic Le Meur, Robert Scoble, Marc Canter, Doc Searls, Gabe Rivera, Hugh McLeod and Loren Feldman, discuss the cultural differences between Internet entrepreneurs in USA and Europe.

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LeWeb ’08

1/01/2009

LeWeb ’08 from start to finish by Loic and Geraldine Le Meur:

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e-Greetings from author Paulo Coelho

9/12/2008

Just met renowned author Paulo Coelho at LeWeb 08 in Paris, where he discussed his writing, and sharing and remixing his creative work online with Cathy Brooks and Loic LeMeur. His latest collaborative projects The Experimental Witch Project is posted on MySpace, as is this inspirational message from him to Cyber Sapiens:

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LeWeb08 – Day 1

9/12/2008

This year’s theme is Love. Rutgers’ researcher and member of its member of the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies in the Department of Anthropology, Helen Fisher, spoke about Why We Love, and later in an interview said that the human brain has not changed and that the Internet has not changed our primary human emotional capabilities of falling in love in the digital age.

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Why Love? Why LeWeb?

24/11/2008

Why love? On his recent Seesmic post Loic Le Meur explains why was love chosen as the theme for LeWeb08:Why LOVE is @leweb theme this yearnrelated blog post http://www.loiclemeur.com/english/2008/11/why-love-is-thi.html
Why LeWeb? In an interview at TechCrunch50 last September, he explained why LeWeb is a blogosphere Mecca:

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Net Thinkers

7/11/2008

John Palfrey, co-author of Born Digital on the Digital Natives generation:

David Weinberger, author of Everything is Miscellaneous, on Net lingo:

Jonathan Zittrain, author of The Future of The Internet on the future of social media:

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WWWomen

15/10/2008

These excerpts were videotaped at the TechCrunch50 conference (with the exception of the interview with Sarah Lacy which was also later re-taped at her Boston UGBT event):

Marissa Mayer, Google’s Vice President of Search Product and User Experience, announcing a new Google product on the company’s 10th anniversary:

Ariel McNichol and Julia Johnston are the co-founders and co-CEOs of mEgo, yet visitors to their demo booth at TechCrunch50 often asked “to speak with a guy”:

Sarah Lacy, author of Once You’re Lucky, Twice You’re Good: The Rebirth of Silicon Valley and the Rise of Web 2.0, commented on Web 2.0 women during her recent book tour event in Boston:

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Happy B-day

16/09/2008

Celebrating their anniversaries at TechCrunch50 were Google (10) and Seesmic (1):

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