Chatting w/Twitter, Instagram, Square, Pandora at Mobilize 2011


Over past 12 months, Internet as we know it, has transformed from a fixed wire experience to becoming more of a mobile first experience. That was one of the basic tenets behind us launching our Mobilize: The Mobile Internet conference back in 2008.

In the fourth edition of the conference, scheduled for September 26 & September 27, 2011 at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco, we will be talking with minds behind some of the hottest mobile services and asking them: What comes next.

I will be chatting with:

  • Michael Abbott, VP of Engineering of Twitter is going to talk about how to architect a service for a mobile-heavy future. Michael is also one of the folks behind WebOS and has deep insights into the mobile web technologies.
  • Keith Rabois, chief operating officer of Square will share his insights on the future of money exchange in an always on, always connected, multiple device economy.
  • Kevin Systrom, CEO and co-founder of red-hot mobile photo sharing startup Instagram will talk about what works in an attention driven app-economy.
  • Tom Conrad, CTO of Pandora is going to share his thoughts on the future of entertainment in an increasingly mobile world
  • Cole Broadman, CMO of T-Mobile USA on implications of the the 4g-economy.
  • Josh Quittner will talk about Flipboard and how to reinvent the content business for a mobile-first world.

For a full list of speakers and schedule, visit the Mobilize website. We have a handful of tickets left. Grab them before they are gone and Hope to see you at the event.


Mango Fleurs

Yeh it would be really interesting to see Instagram. I’m so impressed with their progression in just a year!
As well as Statigram( a third party application) to Instagram which was launched only recently but is continually evolving. Really impressive work! And now the new filters!!!

Statigram is worth checking out:


Check out InstaPics which is android version of Instagram and developed using Instagram API..

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