Mobile IP: Two Presentations: Leading Industry Publishers Outlook
The Monthly Meeting of the Mobile IP SIG
Two Presentations: Leading Industry Publishers Outlook
After a rejuvenating hiatus, The SDForum - Mobile IP SIG (formerly know as MultiModal SIG) is back, and has a new location in Palo Alto. Please join us for an exciting “Future Oriented” evening about the International mobile landscape. Two industry publications: The Red Herring, Inc. and… where we get ‘the gravel & black dirt’ from, the edgy newsletter, TechDirt.com.
Each speaker will present their vision of the mobile/wireless industry for the future. Just connecting to the network is no longer enough. In today’s chaotic, interconnected environment, success requires the ability to identify key relationships. New industry ecosystems are developing, while new forms of innovation emerge on top of connected platforms.
In this session, we will examine how entrepreneurs, mobile operators, investors, and other companies are evolving to take advantage of this complexity.
Power to the people • from search to eternity • business implications of virtual worlds • web 2.0 meets the enterprise • community marketing • cutting the cords: the future of telecom • the Net is alive • rise of the videonet • the future of the console – handset - TV • who owns "you" • rethinking intellectual property • the next five billion users • and more...
Joel Dreyfuss, editor-in-chief of Red Herring Inc., is a journalist and editorial executive with more than 30 years experience in print, broadcasting, and Internet publications. He joined Red Herring in August 2004, where he oversees all editorial content. He is a former senior writer at Bloomberg Markets and was editor-in-chief of Urban Box Office, an Internet startup.
Mr. Dreyfuss was editor-in-chief of Information Week, the editor of PC Magazine and served two stints at Fortune magazine, first as an associate editor and Tokyo bureau chief and then as a senior editor and personal technology columnist.
Mr. Dreyfuss has been a reporter and culture critic for the Washington Post, New York bureau chief for USA Today, and executive editor of Black Enterprise magazine.
He is a former board member of the American Society of Magazine Editors, a founder of the National Association of Black Journalists, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree at the City College of the City University of New York and was an Urban Journalism Fellow at the University of Chicago. He has served as a Pulitzer Prize juror and as a judge at the National Magazine Awards.
Michael Masnick founded Techdirt in 1997. Today, Techdirt is considered one of the top technology blogs, ranked #12 on the Feedster top 500 list.
Readers rely on Techdirt's daily coverage of the advancement of technology and how it impacts business. Techdirt was recognized on both Business Week's and Forbes' "Best Technology Blogs" lists and has been called a "daily must-read" thanks to its "consistently smart commentary" by Wired Magazine's Chris Anderson. Clients rely on the same smart commentary on their private, customized blogs where Techdirt analysts keep them up-to-date on the impact of important trends and competitive threats.
Upcoming Months Speakers:
-Forum – Nokia
-SanDisk – U3 division
-IEEE Co-Meeting -- Topic To Be Voted On By Membership
-WISEGRAM – Korean Mobile Payments Company
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6:30 PM Registration and Networking
7:00 PM -8:40 PM Presentations
$15 at the door for non-SDForum members
No charge for SDForum members
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