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I want to explore the possibilities of travel and mobile. How to engage with your experience and share it at the same time. You can help me by commenting your suggestions on additional ...

I want to explore the possibilities of travel and mobile. How to engage with your experience and share it at the same time. You can help me by commenting your suggestions on additional components/parts to add!

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  • Is it about Twitter? Is it about Facebook? Well actually it is about neither(in my humble opinion). It is about getting access to the LIVE Mobile Web. There are 4 things that make mobile services fly: 1. Relevance/personalised 2. Location aware 3. Actionable 4. Timely Jaiku scores high marks on all these.. This timeliness is a BIG thing! Creating a sense of LIVE on your mobile makes the service much more relevant. Current services(Orkut, Blogger, Picasa) of Google miss this. Their services are not enough connected to the real and live world. Jaiku makes this bridge. If you look at Facebook it is their small presence update part that has the highest value of their service.

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  • M de Kock – match2knowledge.nl - Mobile 3.0 Utrecht, october 20 th 2008 (Future) Mobile travel platform Email your friend “ lets go on a trip” Google registers visit to Africa website Date is fixed for your trip A favorit Africa website report of your friends visited places You visit websites and blogger experience Discuss possible locations with “ experienced friends” list You go on Facebook to check places to visit You plan your route on the map And mail friends Your experiences are captured in pics and distributed to your blog and flickr Your local holiday travel locations are Broadcasted and followed live by friends Your live encounter with a Rhino is broadcasted 2 mashup You book your flight Back home you share your experiences with your friends in conversations All gathered “media” data is placed in a blog mashup All pictures are kept online Your videos are seen by many Africa enthousiasts