11/20/2007 12:48 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Silicon Valley at Oxford University

This weekend Oxford University hosted a gathering of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs. The entrepreneurs taught classes, led brainstorming sessions, and participated in panel discussions (I represented HuffPost on the Innovation and Media panel). The students were mostly from the Said School of Business, a very interesting MBA program with an international and engaged student body. The international business school hosted the event to increase the probability of a European, Indian, or Chinese entrepreneur creating the next Google, Yahoo, or Microsoft.

Here are some interesting articles about the event:

The Telegraph:
Paul Graham says the UK should "Shamelessly imitate" the Silicone valley.

The Guardian:
What is the next big thing? Nobody seems to know but here are a few possibilities.

New Scientist:
Round up of some of the participants.

You can also check out the official event site.