Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

Another week, another bunch of stuff that should have resonated.  These are the articles, blog posts, insights and opinions about mobile business, technology and trends from reliable, refulgent or risible online resources that caught our attention – for the week of April 29 – May 5.

Too many competitors is a bad thing – Fox Business

If Microsoft is your partner, it can’t be Win-Win – the Telegraph

Proof of Lose-Lose – TechCrunch

Network Effects – PC Magazine

Network Access – Engadget

Nope! – GigaOM

Yup! – the Mac Observer

Maybe! – Fierce Wireless

Duty Calls – YouTube

Head shot – OSU Research News

Kid Vid – Pew Internet

Anosmia – the Economist

Deafness – Mashable

Prosophenosia – Third Factor

Chameloids – TechNewsWorld

Everyone gets a trophy – Market Watch

Developmental Topographical Disorientation – USA Today

Look Major, No Wires – msnbc Future of Tech

That sucking sound – Edmonton Journal

Betting the farm – Mashable

Smoldering – All Things Digital

Pinball Wizard – Apache Software Foundation

In a Galaxy Nearby – Boy Genius

Customer Acquisition Redux – CNet

Not Compatible – PC Magazine

Deprogramming – Fortune

Integrated Business Machines – eWeek

Face saving – Property Casualty 360

That should do it for this last week.  Get mobile and get out there!

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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