Who wants to meet up at the upcoming, inaugural London Web Summit?

Who wants to meet up at the upcoming, inaugural London Web Summit?

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We’re getting excited about our upcoming trip to the capital city of England for the first London Web Summit, or as the cool kids call it, LWS. Folks like Niklas Zennstrom (Kazaa, Skype, Atomico), Google’s Nikesh Arora and Zynga’s Marcus Segal will be speaking at the event on March 19th,...
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