journey to MozFest — part 3

Kim Wilkens
Nov 4, 2016 · 4 min read
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Demystify the Web Space Wranglers (Simeon, me, Robert & Su)
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Women & Web pic from our convener, Amira
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Su, Yasmin, Marina & Carrie Ann

Mozilla Festival

MozFest is an annual, hands-on festival for and by the open…

Kim Wilkens

Written by

technology activist (miss-bit.com), Tech-Girls founder (tech-girls.org)

Mozilla Festival

MozFest is an annual, hands-on festival for and by the open Internet movement. Every year, bright minds from around the world build, debate, and explore the future of our lives online. In this publication, we invite everyone to share their thoughts and start conversations.

Kim Wilkens

Written by

technology activist (miss-bit.com), Tech-Girls founder (tech-girls.org)

Mozilla Festival

MozFest is an annual, hands-on festival for and by the open Internet movement. Every year, bright minds from around the world build, debate, and explore the future of our lives online. In this publication, we invite everyone to share their thoughts and start conversations.

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