Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

So the first thing you should have seen last week was a great LAVA event on Tuesday at the Skirball Center that featured a line-up of thought leaders sharing their unique perspectives.  It was quite a show – emcee Richard Koffler of Koffler Ventures; and presenters: Shuki Lehavi of Gumiyo, Jeff Liu of E&Y and Joe Jasin of Polaroid.  Thanks to those gentlemen for their contribution to our understanding of the Mobile Ecosystem of Southern California and Beyond. 

And here is the rest of things you should have seen: July 8 – 14.

Zynga’s CEO Looks into Cloudy Crystal Ball– ZDNet

Foneros not Fonzie – GigaOM

HTML5 dentro – Movile

Sincerest Form of Flattery – PC Magazine

Just because you can doesn’t mean…. – ZDNet

Clueless – Ars Technica

Punctuated Equilibrium – Modojo

RIM Shot, Again – eWeek

All Your Forum Are Belong to Us – Phandroid

One Step Ahead of the Parents – CNet

Lie down with carriers, wake up fragged – PC Magazine

Write Once, Run for the Kool Aid – Information Week

What could possibly go wrong – Digital Trends

No Gramps, It’s a Phone, Not a Dance – All Things Digital

Beats Me – Boy Genius

Send me a Postcard – Tech Crunch

More Ads – FierceMobileContent

I’d Rather Have a Supersized Soda – GigaOM

Light’em Up – Electric Light & Power

Cult Is Not Happy – Byte

Perpetua Motion – Mashable

On His Way to a Gathering of Narcissists Perhaps – CNET

That should be enough from last week to get you started on this 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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