Web Summit: Irish tech sector gets its skates on

It's not often that An Taoiseach gets upstaged by a skateboarder, but today the main attraction wasn't the leader of Ireland but an appearance by a jetlagged Tony Hawk.

30th October, 2013
The Web Summit in Dublin's RDS earlier today.

It's not often that An Taoiseach gets upstaged by a skateboarder, but today the main attraction wasn't the leader of Ireland but an appearance by a jetlagged Tony Hawk.

Welcome to the first day of the weird and wonderful world of the Dublin Web Summit, a playground for some of the brightest minds in the world to exchange ideas, business cards and even hard cash.

Aside from helping Web Summit founder Paddy Cosgrave to ring...

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