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Things You Should Have Seen – last week

This week’s LAVA calendar has Green LAVA down at ROC on Thursday night – 6:30 PM.  New day, new time, new venue – what’s not to like.  Lachlan McLean (US Renewables Group), Neal Roche (Gridtest), Jordan Ramer (EV Connect) will join moderator Marty Metro (Used Cardboard Boxes).  The following Thursday evening at tiato, LAVA Healthcare and LAVA Mobile will combine forces and feature Jack Young of Qualcomm Ventures and moderator Richard Koffler.  Sure to be a fascinating couple of events – go register at LAVA.org.

So without further delay – here is the stuff you should have been paying attention to last week – Sep 9 – Sep 15, 2012.

iPhone5 Sweepstakes – Fierce Wireless

Another OS joins the wireless fray – Wall Street Journal

The soft underbelly of Android – threatpost

Spectrum Perspectives – the Hill

European Theater of Patent Wars – the Guardian

Locking up by locking down – Wired

Groupon going mobile – Mobile Commerce Daily

Faster please – Computerworld

New brand, same issues – Wirelessweek

Booster shot – Herald Online

HTML5 out, ratings up for iOS FB app – TechCrunch

TweetCon 5 – Mashable Mobile

Really? – Byte

Of Course They Are – GigaOM

Do QR codes have a future? – the eTail blog

Just because you can doesn’t mean you should – All Things D

Is it flattery if you imitate yourself? – Boy Genius

Brick & Mobile – Information Week

This and $1.95 will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks – Pew Internet 

#embedtimelines – Twitter

Turning over the Apple Cult – Tech Crunch

That’s it for the week that was.  Come on back next week to see more.

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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Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

There are two great Los Angeles Venture Association events this week. Tuesday evening, 6:00 PM, at the Fairmont, local Venture Capitalists are featured in our Annual VC Panel – the most popular event on the LAVA calendar.  Thursday evening, 6:30 PM, at tiato, a more intimate, convivial conversation with local mobile entrepreneurs Matthias Galica, Nick Smoot and Dave Mathews joined by Rustic Canyon VC David Travers.  This affair will be moderated by Lori Kozlowski.  Join us for both these great local VC/Entrepreneur focused events in Santa Monica.  Details and registration for both events is at the LAVA website.

But so much for the present, let’s spend a little time navigating around the past week – Aug 4 – Aug 11.  Here is what caught our attention, made us consider or simply wasted synaptic excitation.  Enjoy!

Great, kid. Don’t get cocky. – Ars Technica

Speaking of Game Consoles – WebProNews

Hearty – Mashable

Wireless Tech Space opens in Brooklyn – WSJ

L7 Latte – New York Times

Don’t Leave Home without It – the brainyard

Faster Please – Keynote Systems

What Women Like – Tech Crunch

Count Me In! – Engadget

Count Me Out! – Technology Review

Fruit Loops – ReadWriteWeb

Intel Jumps on Wireless Charging Bandwagon – DigiTimes

Cloudy with a Chance of Pain – Wired

Number Crunching Visible Mass of Liquid Droplets – CBS

Facebook readies Mobile Ad Server – Social Barrel

Fast $50 K – ZDNet

Healthcare Scheduling App – Information Week

Apple pulls plug on YouTube in iOS6 – Computer World

Coalition of Transaction Processors – VentureBeat

Roadkill – Boy Genius

Uncivil Wars – Gizmodo

Android OTA ROM Updates – GigaOM

High Time for HTML5 – The Droid Guy

That’s enough for last 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.


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.


Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

So the week that was – July 15 – 21 – delivered a wide variety of opinions, insights and observations about things mobile – devices, companies, trends and events.  Here are some of the posts and online ruminations that caught our attention.

Change You Can Believe In – eWeek

A Bird in the Hand – Information Week

Revenue from an Unlikely Source – Slate

Offer Good Products at Good Prices – GigaOM

Upstarts and Has Beens – ReadWriteWeb

Has Beens and Upstarts – Columbia Journalism Review

Caveat Emptor – Hot for Security

Music Box – Slash Gear

Signal Flare – The Brainyard

One phone at a time – Mobile Magazine

One data point is not a trend – Digital Trends

Advoidance– Pew Internet

Kids these Days – Boy Genius

Getting back in Touch – PC World

Getting in Touch – CNET

Pwn bait – Social Barrel

Device Envy  – Byte

No Forking Way! – the Verge

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.


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.


Stuff You Should Have Seen – last week

The final tweaks to the Mobile Ecosystem of Southern California and Beyond program for the 27th Annual Meeting of the Los Angeles Venture Association, July 10, 7:00 AM, Skirball Center are underway.  Register here.

Summer has arrived and kicks into high gear with a midweek holiday.  Lots going on and lots of people online with insights and opinions – shrewd, sophisticated or silly about mobile technology, businesses, economics, products and services.  So sit down, relax and soak up what was going on last week:  June 24 – 30.

DOA? – eWeek

The truth has no bearing on anything – TechCrunch

Being novel isn’t enough – San Francisco Chronicle blog

Clinical trials and patient recruitment – FierceBiotechIT 

Storm Warnings – Chicago Tribune

AWS could have used a warning – Mashable

Don’t need a weatherman – Engineer Live

Insatiable – food & drink digital

Teen terrible – GigaOM

Little Box, Big Sound – BusinessWeek

Boingo joining WBA trial – Boingo Wireless

San Irwin – Forbes

Quick Firefox – ReadWriteWeb 

Full Metal Android – Wired

Prediction is very difficult – LA Times

It is not what the dog said that is noteworthy – Boy Genius

A question of balance (sheets) – All Things Digital

Is it watching TV if you’re not watching a TV? – NPD

Shiny New Android Browser – Venture Beat

Assume makes an … – Motoring Crunch

Sensors and Sensibility – Fast Company

Surface tension – Forbes

Flattery got Samsung nowhere – CNN Money

Deprogramming might work – Apple Insider

Go Mobile Young Entrepreneur – Fred Wilson

Don’t go shopping without it – MarketWatch

All employees must wash their keyboards – PR Newswire

Network built to survive WW3 – SF Gate

 

Be safe and sane this week.  We want you back here next week to show you what you may have missed.

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.


App, Device, Mobile Tech Exhibitors Wanted

The July 10th Annual Meeting of the Los Angeles Venture Association at the Skirball Center includes an exhibit space for local mobile companies, vendors and sponsors.  The exhibit space will be open during the networking periods prior to (7:00-7:50 AM) and after the program (9:00 – 10:00 AM).  Register for the program:  Mobile Ecosystem of Southern California and Beyond

To exhibit at the Annual Meeting:

LAVA Members with mobile enabled devices, apps or services can apply for exhibit space (at no charge, available on a first come, first serve basis).  GoTrexx, Skin Metro and Carvoyant will be there.

Others start-ups with mobile enabled products or services can apply for exhibit space by registering 4 paid admissions to the event acknowledged by comment on the LinkedIn Event listing – http://linkd.in/Mn8gk4.   Space is limited.  

Mobile companies can rent exhibit space for $300 (includes 2 paid admissions).

Exhibitors should contact me – jd.lavamobile@gmail.com.  Vendors and Sponsors interested in marketing/networking their products and services for this event should contact Len Lanzi, Executive Director of LAVA: len@lava.org   

The Los Angeles Venture Association is the oldest business networking and educational membership organization in the region.  The Annual Meeting is being produced by LAVA Mobile – the Strategic Interest Group focused on mobile enabled technology, products, services and businesses.  LAVA Mobile is generously sponsored by Gumiyo and Ernst & Young.