Category Archives: Mobile 2.0

The most important function of your mobile campaign

I rewrote this post several times, trying to articulate the point that I want to make. I’ve been thinking this for a long time and I still cannot distill this point into a concise title, so I guess it will … Continue reading

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What do the iPhone and lottery tickets have in common?

When you buy a lottery ticket you aren’t really buying a chance to win a bazillion dollars. What your dollar purchase actually get you is the 24-48 hours worth of daydreaming “What if I did win?” The ticket that lets … Continue reading

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Can’t Miss Event

Hey Next- There is a new monthly event on the New York Tech scene that you really should check out. It is called the Hatchery and, as you probably can guess, it involves startups and young companies presenting their plans … Continue reading

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Frucall – Mobile Shopping

Wow, I really got off track reviewing Mobile 2.0 companies. If you find this interesting please click to my Squidoo MoCo20 page. For the second installment I am going to try Frucall. This may be one of the best ideas … Continue reading

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scanR Review

So let me say again that I love the idea of scanR. At this time though, it can’t work. I took pictures with three cameras and the best result that I got was about 75% accuracy of information. I think … Continue reading

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James Bond and Mobile 2.0

If this interests you at all, check out my other site. The plot goes something like this… Its 1974 and 007 is at a party being thrown by an international currency trader who also dabbles in weapons exchanges with the … Continue reading

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Criteria

So if you read the post below, you will see that a new focus here is to discover, try and review Mobile 2.0 companies (What does this mean?).  I just wanted to take a second to talk about how I … Continue reading

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