As some of you may already know, I attended LeWeb conference at Paris, France. Probably you have already read about LeWeb’s main issues, food, WiFi and maybe the broken-down heating in the first day. Ok, I was dissapointed but I was kinda waiting them, especially food and WiFi. I mean, I had the same problems also in NextWeb, so I didn’t have my hopes up for LeWeb.
However, this conference was not about food neither about WiFi. It was about listening to inspiring people sharing their experience and ideas. It was about meeting new people who are willing to help you in your projects. It was about hearing about new startups. It was about finding out how YOU can help web move forward. It was about asking successful people how they managed to be successful. And at all those parts, LeWeb was a huge success.
As I am going through my notes from the conference, I realize that I have so many things to blog about. So many things that I found really interesting and I want to give my point of view. And I strongly believe that all those conferences are about motivating. Making you think about what your potential and try to actually reach it. It was 2 full days of web2.0 mode for me. I had nothing else to do. I didn’t work, I didn’t study, I didn’t do anything else besides networking and thinking of what I can do and build.
In fact, it was a great experience although I didn’t find it as fascinating as it was NextWeb back in April. However, it was one more experience, that made me think and put me back into a brainstorming mode. Hopefully, an idea that I had during LeWeb will be online in January.. Because LeWeb was about me and changing my way of thinking…