With the popularity of online social networks, with the rise of mobile access to these networks along with purely mobile social platforms what does all this mean to the users, what aspects will they really uptake and use and how succesful are these platforms likely to be? Monday's event is going to be made up of 2 panels, one representing the industry and one representing the people. We will do another post confirming the lineup before the end of this week.
The venue will be at Imperial College London's main campus in South Kensington, more information about the building and room to come soon.
6.00pm - Doors open
6.30pm - Welcome from MoMoLondon (Alex Craxton)
6.35pm - User Panel
7.15pm - Industry Panel
8.15pm - Wrap up and reception
MoMoLondon are happy to announce the Alpha of the new web site (hurrah!). Right now we are only going to use the new site for the registration of this event and you can help us get it right before we move everything over. Please register yourself and in turn register for the event (on the home page). Have a browse around the site and add your comments into the forum page. If you find any issues, please add to the forum topics or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please treat the site lightly and kindly, sign up for a temporary profile and register yourself on the event ... http://alpha.mobilemonday.org.uk
Time & Place
Event: Monday, 8th December
Starts: Doors open at 6pm with a 6.30pm start
Finishes: Around 8.15pm followed by networking reception
Location: Imperial College London (building and room to be confirmed)
(www.imperial.ac.uk) consistently rated amongst the world's best universities, Imperial College London is a science-based institution with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research.
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