Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

LAVA Mobile Event – ROI in Mobile, April 24, 6:30 PM at tiato in Santa Monica.  An evening conversation with John Hadl (US Venture Partners) and Michael Rice (Mulholland Mobile) moderated by Lori Kozlowski (Forbes contributor).

This week’s installment of the things last week (April 8-14) that caught our attention, piqued our interest or simply amused us from the online posts and articles about wireless technology, business models and trends.

Musician Crime Fighters – All Things Digital

Free Phone, $30 – Tech News World

Impact avoidance – Washington Post

Charging ahead – Digital Trends

Managed Care – Chartered Health Plan

Aloof downers – Web Pro News

#epidemic – Phys dot org

Hold on tight – MarketWatch

Angry Bird Droppings – Sophos

Silent Auctions going Mobile – GigaOM

Eyeware for Bankers – American Banker

Going with the flow – Google Mobile Blog

Customers Acquired – Facebook

Customers Respond – Instagram

It is what idiots do – ZD Net

Maybe a billion Chinese do care – China Internet Watch

Banner crop – TechCrunch

Deworsification – National Defense

We’re Engaged! – Fierce Developer

iPads Rule – Rich Relevance

Smartphones bridging digital divide – Pew Internet

That is enough for last week.  Now get mobile and learn something.

SYSHS – last week: a compilation of online resources examining the rapidly expanding world of ubiquitous computing.  LAVA Mobile is a Strategic Interest Group of the Los Angeles Venture Association.


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