Here’s another version of James’s talk (Part 1) and Q&A (Part 2) at the last of our four public events in different cities across the US. I’m looking forward to intelligent agents that can listen to these and tell us some interesting things about the differences between them.
It was fascinating being in one of the Wells Fargo towers and seeing how co-working is happening in these unused spaces in Downtown L.A.
We’re very grateful to Athena & Kevin from Truphone for their support while we’ve been on the West Coast (& thanks for bringing the schwag!) as well as Eli Calderon-Morin from Mobile Monday Silicon Beach for helping us co-ordinate it. Also thank you to Andy Rosillo and Indie Desk for looking after us so well.
I took a break from packing and double-checking the weather forecast for NYC to catch up with James and Helen about what they’ve been doing this week and to look forward to where we’re going to be over the coming days.
If you’re reading/hearing this after Monday May 2nd you’ve missed Swedish Beers in San Francisco. Tomorrow morning (3rd), James and Helen will be in Mountain View for brunch. Then I join them in New York for breakfast on Thursday before we all zip back together cross-country to finish up at an evening meetup in Los Angeles next Monday May 9th.
Helen and James will be in the Bay Area on 2nd & 3rd. I’m joining them in NYC later in the week and going over to LA with them for an evening do the following Monday. I’m hoping to see my SF peeps after that as I’ll have a few days holiday before coming home.
All the events are free and fun! The first is Helen’s world-famous Swedish Beers Party which will be in San Francisco on May 2nd. The others are talks with James (and other speakers to be confirmed) on the subject of AI and the future of mobile, entitled: “When will our smartphones be smarter than us?”
We’re working hard at the moment to pin down venues but want you to save the dates in your city and spread the word. If we’re Facebook friends you should get an invite there too, but since FB search is rubbish, don’t bet on it. All the events are here on FB, please pass on the invitation to anyone who would be interested.
We also still have openings for additional speakers and sponsors so if that’s you, please get in touch (first name dot last name at gmail!)
From the earlier part of the week before the festival started and definitely before the sun came out. Our experience was that walking anywhere more than a couple of blocks marked you out as either a tourist or poor. Or like us, poor tourists.
This happened to me a couple of years ago too when I went to Barcelona and it felt more like Bangor. We seem to have brought the sunshine back with us from Texas, but not the temperature, I think it’s still up in the seventies there.
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