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Posted on December 17, 2007 | Permalink
some things i learned about the nokia conference that may help you.
1. they had this great mobile calendar made by a company in finland called RAMBLAS (peter green who worked for satema before) that was really handy in allowing you to choose and create your own calendar schedule in your mobile device. you could click the plus symbols and add them to your own calendar.
2. there's this great software http://www.leiki.fi/technology.html that allows you to socially network, see who's attending and request meeting with them. then it's added to your calendar. plus it learns what type of people you are looking for, and auto suggests more people you may not know. it works from web & mobile. very great software.
i can introduce you to both the ceo's who make these great softwares that work well together. one thing about leweb3 is i had no idea who was really there. the amiado really didnt do the job in networking me. this endless list of participants didnt really get me anywhere. the leiki netowrking software is really top and it's mobile. it's great for after the conference too when you are looking for people online.
December 19, 2007 at 12:24
about the wifi.
it seems you have tried twice companies and it' didnt really work well. however, i have to say, i was just at the nokia world conference, and they had almost 3000 participants and something like 100 demos in the expo center. never have i ever been at a nokia event where the wifi didnt work, went down, or people were not able to do their demos. maybe next year you might want to turn to your sponsor, and ask their demo team who does all their tech events (two guys in nokia demo lab) to do the wifi. sounds wierd, but i'm sure the wifi will work perfectly. as said, i never saw a device down.
December 19, 2007 at 12:30
loic and geraldine,
the lunch was great place to network and the layout of the buffet really easy to get to. thank you for your efforts. i do admit though, it was really difficult for me to eat. there was really nothing substantial vegetarian. it was all meat, chicken, and a liiiiitle bit of shrimps (and they were served with chicken rounds).
the chef's didnt like me asking them to just give me the couscous (they were offended--and the schrip guy really argued with me and said i ruined his chicken dish). when i asked the servers to please bring more salad, they refused.
i know models "dont eat" but i bet there are a lot of hindu or buddhist people there who may not eat meat either.
in the end i had a small plate of couscous, and a few cucumbers from the salad bar, with some small vegetables. it wasnt as exciting as the saucy meat dishes.
it would be great next year if there could be some dairy free, egg free, vegetarian food--just one dish where all the veggie eco people could hand out.
please, could we have some variety in juice too. i dont drink alcohol and there was only orange juice. at fashion events we get rasbery juice, fresh pear,even apple. i'm sure all the californian people would love a variety of juice too.
thank you for your consideration.
December 19, 2007 at 13:02
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