Nokia Open Lab was one of the primary highlights for me this year. This event hosted by Nokia gathered invited early adopter & mobile enthusiast delegates from all around the world to discuss for a few days what’s behind the corner for mobile future. I’m glad I was invited as one of the participants and thanks a lot to all of the great people I had the opportunity to meet.
Some of my thoughts at the workshop were recorded on video and some people asked if they could get back to those points, so I have gathered all of the video recordings where I’m talking below:
In the end of James Whatley’s presentation “Join the Community” I talk (starting at 02:20 on the video) about the net generation, born digital, information overload, pattern recognition, probing, we as sensory systems, self-organizing systems, prosumers, what is ownership in the digital age etc:
In the end of Chris Moore’s presentation “Join and Collaborate” I showcase the human body metaphor for social technologies within organizations (starting at 06:28 on the video):
In the end of Glenn Letham’s session “Join the Journey” right after the great guy from Yahoo! Research (around 03:10 in the video) I ranted about the internet of things and business opportunities in location aware applications. I was not supposed to talk but I managed to hit the table by accident, so I obviously had to give it a shot:
Also check out Adam Greenfield’s keynote presentation, which was really inspirational to me (four parts, you can find the rest from the site).