Mobile 2.0 Europe 2009 – Thank You!

Listening to all the feedback we got, the second Mobile 2.0 Europe was again great with lots of interesting sessions and speakers from different area’s in the mobile ecosystem. We would like to thank everybody who participated and helped make it a success, especially our partners ESADE, Barcelona Activa, Sun Microsystems, Vodafone Betavine, Forum Nokia, Yahoo!, Smaato, Getjar, 22@ Barcelona, The Finnish Mobile Association, O2 Litmus, Shozu and Amiando for their invaluable support.

Many thanks to all participating speakers, panelists and moderators; Andrew & Claire for taking the audience questions on their Nokia N97; Elies Campo and the Sons of Wireless for the dash of fun they brought us during the preparals and for coming up with the Mobile 2.0 SIM-card :D Thanks also to our interns Sarah and Jason; to Steffen who brought fresh design to the venue and its screens; and last but not least the Mobile 2.0 Organization Team!

Deisi, Carles and Rudy.

Many pictures and video’s were taking during the event, just check for media tagged with #m20eu or #mobile20 and you should find at random. The Flickr set from our photographer Jordi Salinas – www.jordisalinas.com can be found here, and other sets from the conference are here, and here from the Developer Day.

Also fun to check is the Random Mobile 2.0 Europe Tweets, a selection of some great tweets sent during and around the event. The whole twitterstream can be tracked here.

You can find all speaker presentations here below:

José Luis de Vicente on Citizens as Sensors
Atau Tanaka
Régine Debatty – we-make-money-not-art.com
Context by Ted Morgan, Skyhook Wireless
Beyond Free: …what is the customer’s perception of “free”? by Priya Prakash
The Mobile Revolution at MobileActive.org
Tom Raftery on Mobile Sustainability
Carlos Domingo – Openness in the Telecommunication Industry

And below also a random overview of blog coverage about the Mobile 2.0 Europe event:

$6 Million For Sense Networks? Makes SenseTechCrunch.com

“Si nos conectamos a Internet por el móvil evitaremos la adicción al ordenador” – Interview in La Vanguardia (Spanish) with Felix Petersen – co-Founder at Plazes.com / Head of Product Strategy Social Location at Nokia.

Mobile 2.0 Europe: Video Interview With GetJar CEO Ilja LaursTechCrunch.com

Rip off roaming: the MAXRoam response – Dennis Howlett (ZDNet.com)

Coming To Android This Summer: Kyte, Rummble and Google BooksMobileCrunch.com

Barcelona 2009 Summer events recapIntomobile.com

Citizens as Sensors at Mobile 2.0 EuropeSmart Mobs

Mobile 2.0 Europe – Schaufeln für den GoldrauschGründerszene

Mobile 2.0 wrap up – Wolfram Kriesing at Uxebu JavaScript addicts

Layar’s Augmented Reality Browser: Literally More Than Meets The EyeTechCrunch.com

Tom Hume’s Mobile 2.0 recapTom Hume

Apps are like SongsDaniel Appelquist

Good times at Mobile 2.0 in Barcelona #m20euJames Coops at mjelly.com

[tce] Mobile 2.0 Europe (2009) insightsVitor Domingos

@Mobile 2.0 BarcelonaGoMoNews.com + check all footage from Bena at both events.

Mobile 2.0 Europe Startup Demo Launch PadZensify blog

Mobile 2.0 Barcelona. Misión CumplidaSons of Wireless

Cellity at the Mobile 2.0 Europe eventCellity blog

Mobile 2.0 Europe, segunda ediciónOjo Móviles

Mobile 2.0 roundupRic Ferraro

And don’t forget to save the date for Mobile 2.0 San Francisco later this autumn on October 15-16, 2009. See you there!

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Some Random Mobile 2.0 Europe Tweets

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dontcallmedom: @torgo “we’re dancing around experience” since “apps are songs”, and “music is software” #m20eu

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MAMK: “RJDJ is like a soundtrack to a movie, take the movie away and add your life!” – Michael Breidenbrueker (Bizau) #m20eu

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dontcallmedom: “why is music so important on the mobile web?” “because you don’t need to look at the screen to use it” from @atautanaka at #m20eu

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bookmeister: ‘What’s more natural than play?, eating, shiting, having sex” qoute of the day from @tmhume #m20eu #mobile20

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philparry: Spotify.com mobile – mobile is not ready for streaming services from cloud but syncing services, as per soon to be launched droid app.#m20eu

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andrewjscott: Fantastic people at #m20eu as always. #Mobile20 definitely one of my favourite events in the year & the atmosphere reflects the founders.


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larsst: Very inspiring presentation from Jose Luis de Vicente – take-away: just do it (quickly and cheaply) and play to be more innovative #m20eu

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shaherose: Ciao to all at #m20eu off to #mlove – an amazing first experience at @mobile20 besos a @mtrends and @miker – energized to create

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getjar: RT @erikjan: RT @AndrewGrill: Priya Prakash from Nokia says her personal favourite site is GetJar “and they are making money” #m20eu #getjar

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andreatrasatti: All citizens should be proud to be a sensor and help improve their cities! Very inspiring presentation #m20eu


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hneidhardt: #m20eu @basti – I like #zensify personal trend filter – reduce noise – make meaning out of see of tweets

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dahowlett: Lots of variety at #m20eu. Interesting innovation stuff. Let down by failure of telcos to deal with roaming chgs. #ripoffroaming

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roald: mixed feelings about my @nearyoo presentation at #m20eu. Some didn’t get it (it’s not an ‘app’). Some found the idea simple & excellent.

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ahousley: Played with Rummble for Android – looking über-slick. Julián from Droiders is doing an amazing job. http://bit.ly/ju2j1 (expand) #m20eu
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fjord: RT @pvesterbacka: It’s not either or. It’s and. You have to do mobile,web and everything. #m20eu

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wolframkriesing: Nokia http://bit.ly/q263T (expand)#N97 #Review A full keyboard … I like that, I remember my Psion, which was the best ever, saw it here #m20eu

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richardscullin: Regine=excellent!! Great long-term coverage: art/bio/environment/tech: RT @mtrends: debatty @mobile20 wemakemoneynotart #m20eu

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Rhymo: I am in >Barcelona< #m20eu

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Dutchcowboy: is there beer already? #m20eu

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albertcuesta: #m20eu Can’t see the benefit of crossposting to Twitter & Facebook from the Zensify iPhone app when you can setup FB to eat all your tweets

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larsst: Finally someone (Priya) said it: UX is not just the UI (lipstick on a pig) but how you orchestrate your whole service business”#m20eu

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andrewjscott: RT @torgo: It wouldn’t be #mobile20 without a controversial panel discussion. At least it wasn’t operator bashing this time. :) #m20eu

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martinh: @bul22 dev day yesterday was great. Harder work to get the value out of today. Refreshments and networking excellent. #m20eu

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albertcuesta: #m20eu BeamMe does in the iPhone basically what Palm Pilots did back in 1997: beaming your own biz card to another device

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hbenny: RT @andrewjscott: To make money from consumer services build AMAZING products which solve a user need. Do that, the money will come. #m20eu

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dontcallmedom: controversy in the panel on “beyond free” came from the audience rather than the panel – interesting… #m20eu

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tomiahonen: haha RT eortiz RT @pvesterbacka: RT @mobile20: There are people out there making money from mobile – they are called “operators” #m20eu

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sives: Greg Gorman says don’t go to VCs if you are a mobile developer, just bootstrap! #m20eu

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andrewgrill: Suggestion for Layar app – use it to save a life and get on TV – but launch the iPhone app in San Fransisco #m20eu

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atautanaka: #m20eu Reg genius, Priya dynamic, can’t wait 2 meet JoseLuis. Already ran outta b-cards

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ilicco: @AndrewGrill yes please – DOH just noticed you are in Amsterdam (via Latitude) (see how LBS works!) #m20eu
growth. #m20eu

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pvesterbacka: Habbo mentioned as example of virtual goods success at Mobile 2.0. There’s also the new mobile version www.bobba.com #m20eu


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jonarnes: RT @jmacdonald: Nokia continue to try and work out how to change peoples opinion while apple and google change peoples behavior. #m20eu

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VfromG: Women power at #m20eu : priya prakash and regine debatty : very interesting, energetic presentations!

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jmacdonald: nokia presentation is basic exploration on other’s business models. Maybe they cld try exploring peoples emotional connections? No? #m20eu

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Dutchcowboy: RT @mobile20: gr8 work from @claireboo & @andrewgrill running the tweets & questions – well worth following them – U my lrn something #m20eu

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elies: I’ve heard it said that Cheap is the new black. Cheap has value, free has none. Beyond free #m20eu (via @martinh) (via @pvesterbacka)

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MobileZeitgeist: @jamescoops yep, I’m crying my eyes out. Next year I will be there! Hope you all have a great time. Reading all your tweets #m20eu

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bookmeister: BBC is classic pre-paid business model so says Priya Prakash (ex BBC now Nokia) I hadnt thought of it like that B4 #m20eu

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jamescoops: #m20eu iphone more than a device its a club and community

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robinwauters: Hey @feebeyer is on this panel :) with the alwyas lovely @inma_martinez moderating too! #m20eu

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Mobile 2.0 Europe – José Luis de Vicente on Citizens as Sensors

Presentation from José Luis de Vicente, Cultural Researcher at Medialab Prado in Madrid.

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Mobile 2.0 Europe – Atau Tanaka

Keynote on the ‘Play’ theme by Prof. Atau Tanaka, Chair of Digital Media, Acting Director of Culture Lab in Newcastle.

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Mobile 2.0 Europe – Régine Debatty – we-make-money-not-art.com

Presentation from Regine Debattywe-make-money-not-art.com.

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Mobile 2.0 Europe – Context by Ted Morgan, Skyhook Wireless

Presentation of Ted Morgan, CEO & Founder of Skyhook Wireless as an introduction on the Context theme.

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Mobile 2.0 Europe – Beyond Free: …what is the customer’s perception of “free”? by Priya Prakash

Presentation of Priya Prakash, Creative Director for Consumer Experience at Nokia.
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Mobile 2.0 Europe – Carlos Domingo – Openness in the Telecommunication Industry

The Mobile 2.0 Europe presentation of Carlos Domingo, Director Internet & Multimedia R&D at Telefonica on “Openness in the Telecommunication Industry”.
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Mobile 2.0 Europe – The Mobile Revolution at MobileActive.org

An overview of the ways in which mobiles are used for social change. Contact mobileactive.org for more information.

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Mobile 2.0 Europe – Tom Raftery on Mobile Sustainability

Here’s the Mobile 2.0 Europe presentation of Tom Raftery, Lead Analyst of GreenMonk, the Energy and Sustainability practice of RedMonk.

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