Welcome to the mobile web 2.0 spotlight!
Coinciding with the launch of my book mobile web 2.0,
The mobile web 2.0 spotlight is now live. You can see the first post at welcome
(Just an intro at this stage and also the second post today called What is mobile web 2.0
The Mobile web 2.0 spotlight is a collection of the best services/products in relation to Mobile web 2.0, as I see it. In addition, I am also especially keen to highlight products from start-ups/emerging companies in this space
I am happy to receive your recommendations for excellent products / services in the mobile web 2.0 space. As you can imagine, the analysis is completely independent. If I have any affiliation with a company/product – I shall state that in the blog.
It is indeed great to work with Sys-con. I have had the pleasure of meeting the sys-con team and management, at the New York Ajax seminar in June this year. I am also speaking at the AJAX event in Santa Clara in Oct and I look forward to meeting you there if you are attending
Please contact me at ajit.jaokar at futuretext.com if you have a product you want to feature
To read more about sys-con and Roger Strukhoff (sys-con group publisher), see this link
And here is the obligatory brief bio about me
With a unique perspective spanning multiple aspects of Mobile Applications, Ajit is an innovator and a pioneer in the Mobile Data industry. In 1999, Ajit co-founded futuretext futuretext , an innovative publishing / consulting company focused around mobility and digital convergence. Ajit speaks at Mobile related conferences – on both strategy and technology.
Recent speaking/media appearances:
In Oct 2005, Ajit was appointed to chair Oxford University’s next generation mobile applications panel . Ajit was also a member of the web2.0 workgroup Currently, Ajit plays an advisory role to a number of Mobile start-ups in the UK and Scandinavia. He also works with the government and trade missions of a number of countries including South Korea, Ireland and Faroe islands . Ajit has an Electronics engineering degree from the University of Bombay and in 2006 will be commencing a PhD on the topic of Delay Tolerant Networks.
In 2006, Ajit was invited to join the RSA (The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce)(Founded in 1754, the RSA includes leading thinkers from the world of arts, manufacturing and commerce). Ajit is now an RSA member.
Ajit lives in London, UK, but has three nationalities (British, Indian and New Zealander) and is proud of all three.