I think most people already know Shmap.
About a month ago Greta was contacted asked for permission to use one of images on their site. They found the image via Flickr.
Well, now it’s online, it’s a picture of a mosaic by the Twinings shop in London.
You can see the original picture on flickr.
A little bit late to post about this upcoming event that I had booked in June or so, but if you are in London and are going to MAPOS, please come to say hi. I’ll be there on the 5th speaking at 2pm and then in a panel at 2:30pm.
You can read more about the event on the official site, Mobile Application Platforms and OS ’07.
I am very excited to announce that I will be speaking at the conference the Future of Mobile in London on 14 November 2007.
The conference is centered around mobile services and I think the speakers are all huge experts in this field.
I can’t wait to speak and also to listen to what they will have to say.
I look forward to meet a lot of you there, this November.
Last Wed (Apr, 11) I joined the networking event in London. It was the second time I joined a Swedish Beers evening, but it was the first time I did in London. Last time was in Barcelona, during the 3GSM (Parties at 3GSM).
It is amazing to see how many people, only from the mobile-space-business, joins these events. It is sad to say this, but in Italy we are VERY far from this level of activity in the mobile space. We do have some big companies such as DADA, Buongiorno! and Zero9 that are actually rocking worldwide, but when you talk about innovation, getting in touch, doing networking, then we’re far behind. We do have MoMo Italy, but it’s very different from MoMo London. If you don’t know it, when registrations open, in London, you must be quick to register, within 4-6 hours all the 150-200 seats are taken; in Milan, once I saw 40-50 people at the evening, the other times I joined about 10-15 people joined the meeting.
So, even if I’m not a networking-professional, I think the evening was a success, I made 3 new connections and got to see other people I already knew (which is already a step ahead since about 2 years ago I did not know anyone of these guys!).
Congratulations to Helen, of course.