Archive for the ‘7th Mass Media’ Category

Mobile money transformative for emerging economies

Saturday, February 23rd, 2013Most people on the planet do not have access to a bank account. Banking is very poorly developed in all African countries compared to the industrialised world. There are significant challenges to getting banking services working in Africa, ranging from ...

Assets & Access in the intention economy

Friday, June 17th, 2011My keynote that I gave at the Mobile Marketing Association conference this morning. Thank you Michael and Rebecca for [1] inviting me [2] looking after me so well.The presentation dealt with this idea: That mobile communications does not have to ...

Qustodian the complete marketing channel

Monday, March 28th, 2011Brian Jacobs, is a partner with me involved with the innovative revenue-sharing Qustodian mobile commerce platform. Brian has written something that all media, agency, telco, brands should read and reflect upon.Brian writes,For several years now, it has been ‘the year ...

Mobile culture and commerce for cultural institutions

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011Today I spoke at a conference on how mobile communications can be transformative for cultural institutions - my keynote was called Assets and Access in the Cultural Sector. The overview of the event organised by Camerjam, CultureLabel.com and Spark are ...

What is local TV?

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011Community purists fear just another national channel while others are sceptical of plan's commercial viability, is the byline of an article about the desire of Jeremy Hunt and others to create local TV in the UK.I don't think you need ...

Apple’s business eco-system = NTTCoCoMo

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011My friend Lars who runs Mobikyo in Japan has a presentation that demonstrates that Apple's business model and eco-system was a good facsimile of NTT DoCoMo's.Lars writes in Japan's super advanced mobile-webThe entire approach from key players in the value ...

The mobile patent wars[3]

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011[caption id="attachment_6129" align="alignleft" width="550" caption="http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/2010/whos-suing-whom-in-the-telecoms-trade/"][/caption]Data sourceRelated articlesNokia-Microsoft Alliance Could End Patent War with Apple (pcworld.com) Nokia-Microsoft tie-up could shift mobile patent wars (news.cnet.com) More iPhones, More iAds. But What Else? (marketingvox.com) LG looks to ban Sony PS3, more in US in patent fight ...

How do you design for commercial success in our non-linear world?

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010How do you prepare for and design business success in a non-linear world? I was invited to give a keynote on how companies are beginning to discover and design new pathways/model/processes that truly harness the potential of our networked and ...

Blackberry Collaboration Forum 2010 Alan Moore keynote

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010This is the presentation keynote that I gave on my Latin American tour. Firstly, I address the culture shock that many feel at present, as we transition from an industrial world to a non-linear one - the world of No ...

Our 2.0 destiny with data

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010Refined Data, is the black gold of the 21st Century (SMLXL posts on data) something we have been writing about since 1995. We even wrote a book about it, as did Tony Fish (My Digital Footprint) So now The World ...

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