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Vpod.tv has posted the video of my 10-minute talk on the future of mobility at LeWeb3 (photo below (cc) Adam Tinworth)
The funny thing about this talk was that I was asked on short notice to be the opening-act for Sarkozy. It reminded me of the times when I was playing with Skizm on the New York rock scene.
Sometimes knowing that everyone is waiting for the main act makes you play harder.
January 23, 2007 | Permalink
I liked your speech.
Good mashup betwenn web 2.0 and the latest mobile developments and cultural aspects.
Does Blyk plan to launch the service in germany?
January 25, 2007 at 12:12 AM
It is important that the West riamens united in fully supporting Kosovo’s independence from Serbia.The Western powers must stand up to any threats from Belgrade and Moscow and support full membership for Kosovo in the United Nations.At the same time, firm guarantees must be given by both the European Union and NATO that the Serbian minority will be protected and given full rights in a newly independent Kosovo, as already pledged by Kosovo’s Prime Minister.It is especially important that there is no retribution by ethnic Albanians that would encourage increased nationalism in Serbia or even an attempt by Serbs in Republika Srpska to break away from Bosnia.More than 90 percent of Kosovo’s 2.1 million residents are ethnic Albanians; Serbs make up a tiny minority.There is no realistic alternative to independence for the province, a political reality that both Serbia and Russia must accept.
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September 09, 2013 at 03:36 AM
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