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Esther Dyson – On the Way to Wellville

The capstone conversation at DOKU:TECH 2015 is a conversation with homegrown business success Akan Ismaili and Esther Dyson – innovation evangelist and angel investor

Lane Becker – Is Tech the Modern Day Gold Rush – Who Really Benefits?

This is Lane Becker’s first visit to the Balkans.

Max Gurvits – Mindsets, Attitudes and Risk-taking

Max is no stranger to Kosovo. In fact Max is no stranger to alot of places – born in Russia, citizen of Holland, educated in the US and living in Bulgaria.

Arikia Millikan – Gender and Tech – Is the imbalance damning the human race?

Arikia Millikan’s talk has a provocative title – is the gender imbalance in the tech world damning the human race? Arikia is the only speaker in the line-u

Jan-Erik Nyrövaara – From Ideas to Actions

We kicked off DOKU:TECH 2015 in a big way yesterday. In the shadow of the minaret of the Gazi Mehmet Pasha Mosque speakers brought the future

Elizabeth Stark – Free Culture is Possible

Bringing us more optimism….Elizabeth Stark occupies the third slot at DOKU:TECH 2015. Known for co-organizing the protest movement which helped shut down the internet in protest against SOPA and PIPA Elizabeth taught

Laurent Haug – helping people find ideas, and ideas find people

Laurent Haug is second on the agenda – a founder of LIFT – ideas conference in

DOKU:TECH 2015 Kicks Off with Yanki Margalit

For the next two days I will be bringing you live blog posts from DOKU:TECH 2015 – where we are bringing the future closer to Kosovo with interesting and engaging speakers from around the world speaking on topics of design…

Peter Sunde – Get out from behind your ‘Like’ button

Peter Sunde has been to Kosovo before but never to Prizren. Before the start of DOKU:TECH 2015 I took a long hike up to the Kalaja e Prizrenit with Peter. I made the mistake of taking the long way up…

Kentaro Toyama – Geek Heresy

All that optimism from the earlier speakers has gotten us excited. Not so fast…wait til you hear the message of the next speaker. Earlier this summer I heard Kentaro Toyama speak to a room full of international development practitioners who work with the