Monday, October 16, 2006
One of the really good things about events like Telco 2.0TM is that you get to meet in person people you have previously just corresponded with or heard about. One such person is Lee Dryburgh, who's just started up a new site devoted to probing issues around how to facilitate relevant exchanges of information between strangers in a mobile environment. Thinking back to John Waclawsky's presentation at Telco 2.0, this is an issue with tremendous significance and potential, as well as a place where telcos might play a credible role if they grasp what is at stake.
Posted by James Enck at 8:01 AM
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