By  @SimonCocking

November’s round up of great interviews with top thought leaders, innovators and generally inspiring people. It probably all seems a long long time ago, but November began with the Web Summit (for our encyclopedic piece see here). “What was that?”,  those too young to remember will ask. Oh just some Dublin event before it relocated to Lisboa. Fortunately the world of Irish Tech kept moving along and it’s proved to be another bumper month for interesting and inspiring interviews with great people who took time to share their thoughts and insights with us.

To begin November we had the excellent (and soon to be far too famous to take pictures for us) Brendan O Se on hand to give his own unique visual take on the tech circus that opened the month.

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Web summit, day one

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Day two

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We’ll always have Dublin – day three


The startup farm, good value or not?

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6 members of the FinTech Mafia spill the beans, great insights

Darkside by Mark Earley

iPhone or DSLR, we ask an expert


So long and thanks for all the sheep


Jeff Barrett, Forbes Top 50 business blogger

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VC insights, David Bowles, Delta partners


The Dublin – Belfast – London FinTech triangle, Dan Feaheny


Female Hackathon success by Emily O’Connor

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Startup insights from Neill Gernon, head of TCD Launchbox


Reuben Godfrey and the chase for digital dreams


Enhanced semantic search, Oren Etzioni, Allen Institute for AI


SIGEF Social innovation and global ethics forum, Geneva 2015

SSW Final Event 2015

Seedstars World backing startups from emerging markets 

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Helping startups get found online, Linzi Wilson

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Where to next for twitter, guest post by Simon Geraghty


Surface 4 pro, guest review by Jason Roe


Inside Sales world conference comes to Dublin


7 great science fiction movies for cold winter nights, by Dread Pirate Robots

Where science meets surf, Easley Britton interview


Canon D30 powershot review

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Scuba innovator Cathal Redmond, Dyson innovation prize winner


Aine Rynne, Sober sessions, social entrepreneur

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Lesley Tulley, BOI Innovation manager, startup insights

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Alchemiya interview by Daryl Conway

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