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strategy marc fonteijn

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sponsoring yuri van geest

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media/press maarten lens-fitzgerald

maarten@mobilemonday.nl

mom-to-be claire boonstra

claire@mobilemonday.nl

facilities maarten den braber

mdb@mobilemonday.nl

registration sam warnaars

sam@mobilemonday.nl

technical martijn pannevis

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maarten lens-fitzgerald [MobileMonday amsterdam]

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jeroen elfferich [ExMachina]

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carl costa [123play]

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ronald lenz [7scenes]

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erik ‘t sas [Khaeon]

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richard hazenberg [Lunagames]

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kamar shah [ex-Nokia - now consultant]

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barry o’neill [Namco]

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nicolas nova [co-organizer LIFT conference]

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maarten lens-fitzgerald [MobileMonday Amsterdam]

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Over the past 12 years, the Internet and the mobile phone have come to compete for the means to connect us to our society. One through services like social networking and the other through the likes of instant messaging. Is mobile gaming another means that the mobile phone has allowed us to connect with our communities? Or are we destined to kill time while we distance ourselves more from humanity? -Mobile Gamer

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The remarkable MobileMonday phenomenon began almost by accident in Helsinki, Finland during the autumn of 2000. A couple of well-known Finnish visionaries invited the who’s who of the Finnish mobile industry to a pub for an informal get-together and perhaps a warming drink. The only suitable time? Monday evening. After meeting many new faces and discussing the latest in mobility, the group decided to continue meeting on the first Monday of each month — and thus, MobileMonday was born. Towards the end of 2004, the movement started to spread to other areas of the world and new MoMo chapters were started in Tokyo, Japan, Silicon Valley - USA as well as Rome and Milan - Italy. Since then, the number of MobileMonday chapters and members has dramatically increased making MobileMonday the world’s leading mobile community.

MobileMonday #9  

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