May 4, 2009 6:31 pm to 10:31 pm Mobile Monday Silicon Valley was fantastic this evening. There was a huge turnout on an uncharacteristically rainy San Francisco evening for the Location-Aware app demo evening. Skyhook Wireless kindly underwrote the bar and gave a pitch at the beginning of the series of presentations, outlining their rather excellent range of location services available to mobile developers
May 7, 2009 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm Mobile Tron is Matthew Bennett’s inaugural mobile event for San Francisco and it’s taking place this Thursday at a rather swish design gallery art space (”Receiver Design”). The Facebook event is here and you’re welcome to come along if you’re into mobile and you’ve got something to say. I’m taking the camera equipment along so if you’d like to get on camera for Mobile Developer TV (the launch is coming shortly), come along
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If you were reading my Twitter feed earlier this afternoon, you’d have caught my update from outside the Verizon Wireless Store in Palo Alto. Here’s a pic: I was Palo Alto for a few meetings, one with a mobile titan (ID not public alas)
I’ve just come back from a brilliant event produced by AdMob .
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It’s not about how many followers you’ve got on Twitter (but if you’d like to buy 1,000 of them, click here), it’s about how many of them are interested in what you’ve got to say, right? I did a little yesterday — and I’ve been doing a test with bit.ly as well — to measure […]
If you can’t beat them — that is, get annoyed at the ludicrous nature of follower obsession — join them. Who made money in the gold rush? The hundreds of thousands of folk who went to find gold? Or the people who sold’em spades? 😉 Enter my new business. I will sell you 1,000 followers […]
Check out Mike Butcher’s post over at TechCrunch UK. Fascinating. Sky News have appointed a Twitter correspondent to hunt for news stories across the service — and, I assume, across other mediums such as Facebook and so on. The correspondent is named Ruth Barnett. I trust she is equipped with a shit-hot array of 30″ […]