The Ubiquitous Web: Making It Happen...
A round table discussion with Berge Ayvazian, Chief Strategy Officer, Yankee Group; Carl Taylor, Director of Applications & Services, Hutchison Whampoa Europe; Charles McCathieNevile, Chief Standards Officer, Opera Software; Sean Owen, Software Engineer, Google; and Vance P. Hedderel, Director, PR and Communications, dotMobi, moderated by Lubna Dajani, co-founder MobileMonday New York, CEO Stratemerge.
Today's Web has evolved into the service delivery platform of choice offering a realm of possibilities in communication and digital exchange. Mobile and related enabler technologies have the capacity to propagate and enrich the Web anywhere. In this way, mobility enables ubiquity. Now, it is time to integrate broadband mobile access with web-resident services to create the new world of ubiquitous computing and interaction known as the Ubiquitous Web. MobileMonday New York is pleased to announce that this month's panel will be the first in a series of round table discussions. Throughout the series Ms. Dajani together with international thought leaders and innovators will explore the potentials, expose the challenges, and highlight the opportunities emerging from this mass convergence of technology, industry, and culture.
We invite you to join us this October 29th as we kick off The Ubiquitous Web with "Making It Happen"
The panel will consider the collaborative industry initiatives that are enabling this to happen - including best practice from GSMA, OMA, and MMA for mobile web design, mobile marketing and advertizing; style guides from dotMobi; W3C developments such as POWDER (web of meaning) and others. The debate will be underpinned by one of the world's most innovative network operators in creating products for the mobile web.
When: Monday, October 29th, 6:45-9 PM as always with a lovely networking reception compliments of our gracious host Samsung!
Samsung Experience Center
Time Warner Center - Shops at Columbus Circle
10 Columbus Circle, 3rd floor
New York City, New York 10022
At the intersection of Broadway, Eighth Avenue, Central Park South and
Central Park West.
Subways to Shops at Columbus Circle: A/C, 1/9, B/D
to 59th Street/Columbus Circle
Cost: FREE as always.
Official Website: http://www3.mobilemonday.net/mm/newyork/
Added by atmasphere on October 23, 2007