Speaking at Wired 2011: Aza Raskin

September 6, 2011

Aza Raskin is the founder of Massive Health, a startup aiming to help normal people take health into their own hands and change what Raskin sees as the outdated modes of treatment. Formerly, he was creative lead for Mozilla's Firefox browser and head of user experience at Mozilla Labs. The serial entrepreneur also founded and sold Songza, a web radio site that streams music for free from user-generated stations, and is a founding member of Bloxes, a trendy cardboard furniture company. The son of Apple software pioneer Jef Raskin, he's appeared on the cover of US Wired and talked at TED.

Aza Raskin will be speaking at Wired 2011 -- a compelling two-day event in London, where we bring the values of Wired magazine to life. For more information and to book tickets, visit wiredevent.co.uk.