Selling the dream at a rain-washed Web Summit
Once held in Dublin, the giant tech conference has now committed to its new host city, Lisbon, for up to ten years. The weather at last week’s event, though, was a reminder of home and its own beginnings
It rained in Lisbon. The crowd got off the train late on Tuesday night in Anjos station in a downpour. The Web Summit may not be coming back to Dublin, but the weather this year was distinctly Irish.
A little more than a day earlier, it was still bright as the Altice Arena began to fill up. With 90 minutes still to go until festivities began, it was already half full, and the last of...
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