Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

So here lies the things that were quick, quotable, querulous or quotidian from last week’s quorum of online sources, articles or blog posts for the week of April 22 – 28.

In the Chips – Businessweek

Prick, strip, transmit – SF Gate

If you’re for it, I’m against it – PC Magazine

If you’re against it, I’m for it – CNet

Just take your fine and go away – Bloomberg

Asynchronous take offs and landings – NY Times

Smartphonephilia – MLove

Changing its Hotspot – TechNewsWorld

Mobile Motors – John Hopkins Review

All Your Spectrum Are Belong to Us – 4G Americas

Healthcare ♥ Mobile & Cloud Tech – Information Week

G’Day G’Drive – Mercury News

Bamboozled – ZDNet

Virology – ZDNet

Quest for Root – Byte

Root of the problem – The Examiner

Most marketers won’t spend $3200 for the study – Park Associates

Punching above its weight – TechCrunch

Peel the browser – Gizmodo

Appetite for iPhone – Morningstar

App Apocalypse Coming Soon – ReadWriteWeb

Worth Reading – Technology Review

Hit the Road, Data – Forbes

Tuneage – Esquire

This edition has run its course.  So until the next last week – go 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.  LAVA Mobile is generously supported by E&Y and Gumiyo.


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