Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

So this week passed quicker than the 50 yard freestyle in an Olympic Final.  Bunch of stuff going on including putting the finishing touches on August 16, LAVA  Mobile evening event at tiato, LA Mobile Entrepreneurs and a VC.  Nice program.  Registration is open at LAVA.org.

So stuff you should have seen last week, July 29 – Aug 4, included:

Healthy Respect for Mobile – Search Health IT

Army Learning Model goes Mobile – Fort Gordon Signal

Margin Call – Risk.net

Zune of pads – Canalys

BYO Security Headaches – eWeek

Peak Mobile – Beta News

Tether Ball – FCC

Synchronicity – Information Week

First! – Official Android Blog

Caller ID – Tech Crunch

I Hear Google – PC World

I See VAWN – ReadWriteWeb

I Smell Apple Fuming – Boy Genius

HTML5 Has a Future? – DeveloperTech

Social Media Holds the Key to Productivity – McKinsey 

Not Just For Entertainment – ZD Net

Institution of Hybrid Learning – Pew Research

Infrastructure of Hybrid Learning – Mashable

Where’s the Boingo? – Biz Journal

Disharmony – CNet News

Real Disharmony – All Things Digital

There’s an App for That – Tech Crunch

The Cost of Free – Venture Beat

The Cost of No Market – GigaOM

Lazarus, is that you? – Information Week

Lazarus – that is you! – Social Barrel

Tweet me a Clif Bar – The eTail Blog

No Phone, No Problem – Byte

No Phone, No MalWare – PC World

Enough for last week.  Have a good this week!

 

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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