1406 Some ideas of things people could pursue the power of mobility is all over this room, no doubt referring to m and.
930 Stephen Whaley takes to stage at LSO church, Old Street, and introduces several of the key speakers at todays NMK Forum conference.The event finished by 6pm, but click over the jump to read the full transcript (youll want to start at the bottom, natch).1531 Mike Butcher asks Tristan of the Guardian Unlimited whether advertisers are knocking on their have sex i aften, vil door to advertise online.1455 The next panel opens up, which is called The Disruptors.They work alongside online retailers, such as Dixons, Currys, Woolworths, supporting them and helping consumers decide what to buy, and what not.Its not people connecting to people people always connect to each other through an object.Should have dug a little deeper.Rfid, and barcode readers on mobile phones can also change media.1529 Helen Keegan of BeepMarketing, mentions how Twitter, Jaiku, and Facebook are on the mobile, and severely important.It might as well say, Dear Illinois Broadband Hobbyists.Mike Butcher, chairman, says both.For example, the New York Times has slowly slid out of the Top 100 to be replaced by the likes of and other UGC sites.Charge them for extra features if you really must, but make sure they have enough stuff to have fun first.
He makes a valid point that in 20 years time, we may very well have a US president whose previous Facebook profile, or videos, follow them in later life.
After a slightly surreal intro from Mike (the icy wastes of Helsinki anyone?) Jyri takes the stage 1605 Hi all, its, katie Lee here, standing in for a very square-eyed Kat.
Currently speaking, we have Jason Calacanis, Jyri, Dan Gillmor, Matt Locke, Emair Haque and Jim Purbrick.Gillmor claims that by learning, often the hard way, with a messy interim period where peoples lives are hurt badly, we can improve.He thinks theyre evil, and how 5 of the information on the internet is actually any good, the remaining 95 is evil, and in some times, dangerous.Everything from random snapshots from citizens is now being called journalism, and a Professor De Long, at Berkeley University who has a blog on Economics, is that the same thing?Then they offered it for free, and charged people to furnish their space, and suddenly people were handing over the cash.1445 Nic Brisbourne finishes his speech, and leaves the stage.
He talks about the many layers in their company, and how they simply provide the platform to the people, and how they dont want to get involved to the point where theyre creating another BBC website.