Posts Tagged ‘momo16’

Rick Falkvinge – Copyright Industries vs. Civil Liberties

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Salim Ismail – Innovation 10^9th

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Om Malik – A fireside chat on mobile everything

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Roeland Stekelenburg – Building an open and flexible public broadcasting organization (Dutch)

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Bill Scott – Helping mobile developers reach their audience

Monday, June 14th, 2010

Vincent Hoogsteder – Distimo: the current state of AppStores

Monday, June 14th, 2010

Photos #momoams 16

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

These great photos were made by J├Âran Maaswinkel from DailyM. They are available for you to use under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0 license.

MoMo #16: The Mobile Distribution Game

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

We are very happy to announce Mobile Monday Amsterdam #16: The Mobile Distribution Game. Check our lineup!

We also several wildcards up our sleeve before, during and after this event so be sure to keep an eye on this website and Twitter for updates. The RSVP for this event will open Monday May 24th (Pentecoste) 12:00 sharp! It will be, as always, via Meetup. Be quick, because it normally sells out in minutes. You have to have an account at Meetup before you can RSVP, so be sure to register now at Meetup MoMoAms.

TIP: sign up for the MoMoAms RSVP Alert and you will be notified by SMS 15 minutes before the RSVP registration opens! Are you away on May 24th and still want to RSVP for MoMo #16? Use

The Mobile Distribution Game

Friday, April 2nd, 2010


On Monday, June 7th, Mobile Monday Amsterdam will organize MoMoAms #16: The Mobile Distribution Game. It is time to share the line-up and the release date for the RSVPs! Read on to find out who will be on stage and when you can grab your RSVP.

In short

  • Date: Monday, June 7th 2010
  • Time: 16:00 – 19:00 (15:00 doors open, drinks till 21:00)
  • Location: De Duif (Prinsengracht 754, Amsterdam | map)
  • RSVPs available at Meetup on Monday, May 24th – 12.00 sharp

Why the Mobile Distribution Game?
Simple: The mobile space is very fragmented. Since Microsoft released its mobile OS to compete with the Palm OS 10 years ago mobile developers have strugled to support multiple mobile platforms, each with a relatively small user base and a large developer learning curve. Because of this mobile content distribution is a hard game to enter. We’ve got some of the best players in the game sharing their knowledge at our next event.