Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

Go forth and register:  LAVA Annual Meeting/Mobile Ecosystem of Southern California and Beyond – July 10th, Skirball Center, 7:00 AM

Through celebrating the Summer Solstice and looking to get back onto the treadmill of  tendentious, timorous, tremendous or trivial insights, observations and pontificating about everything mobile?  Well you’ve come to the right place – stuff you should have seen:  June 17 – 23.

A billion here, a billion there and pretty soon you have enough to buy a Hawaiian Island – eWeek

A billion here, a billion there – Hey Doc, cool phone – Bloomberg

What’s the sponsored story, Facebook? – AdAge Digital

It’s Not Alive! – Mashable

Think Telecomm – BusinessWeek

Paper cut – Business Wire

Posner takes bite out of Apple – Fortune (38 page pdf download)

Nope – Information Week

Marred – eWeek

Scratching the Surface – Online Publishers Association (33 pg pdf download)

Google making more money on iPhone – Google Mobile Blog

Apacheta Apps – ReadWriteWeb

Pencils, paper, protractor, iPad – NextGen Journal

Wooga goes wobbly on HTML5 – All Things Digital

Flipped Out – Mashable

Orbitz takes off – GigaOM

Check this out – Pew Internet Research

Cults are expensive – ABI Research

Buy a new phone, buy new accessories – TechDeviceReviews

A place to sell old accessories– Tech Crunch

Notebook in the Cloud – Byte 

Letters, Arts & Sciences for kids – Virtual-Strategy Magazine

Swype this – Extreme Tech

Easy but not small – IEEE Spectrum

Spectrum speculation – Fierce Wireless

Music soothes the savage task list– Mobile & Apps

That should be enough stimulant to start the week.  Have a good one!

The Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week is a compilation of articles, opinions, stories of interest to the mobile community presented by LAVA Mobile – a Strategic Interest Group of the Los Angeles Venture Association.  LAVA Mobile is generously sponsored by E&Y and Gumiyo.

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