Three ways to keep in touch with the UK Tech scene

Three ways to keep in touch with the UK Tech scene

The British tech scene is one of the most vibrant around. Although some companies, like Last.fm, have been facing difficulties – I keep seeing positive news coming from the United Kingdom. Here’s how I stay in touch with the geeky ladies and gents across the Canal.

1. Zee’s news flashes and updates

My co-editor Zee M. Kane reports from London daily about the ups and downs of his fellow Internet entrepreneurs. The concept of day and night seems irrelevant to him. Whenever something interesting happens – like a revolutionary new Twitter feature – he’s there to immortalize it on The Next Web.

// Read Zee’s articles

2. Mike Butcher’s in depth-analysis.

Ain’t no party like a party with Mike Butcher. Other than that, this former New Media Age magazine and The Industry Standard Europe editor never hesitates to provide some deep insights on the start-up activity of the Brits. If he must, Butcher even goes on Sky News. Whatever it takes to spread the tech word, Butcher will do it.

// Browse to TechCrunch UK

3. Watch Techfluff

It buzzed around in the Le Web venue. Supposedly, there was this cool British girl asking A-listers cheeky questions (She even dared to refer to Arrington’s buttocks – how brave is that?). Even my co-editor Boris was fascinated by this whirlwind blazing through one of Europe’s “hottest” conferences. Host Hermoine Way’s fame will probably go beyond Le Web, as her show is just plain fun to watch. Here’s episode three:

[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SW2-U9ZAm50]

// Watch Techfluff

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