Tweet It is another great pleasure to introduce you to edition #180 of the Carnival of the Mobilists (COTM). Nearly four years ago I wrote in my first Carnival of the Mobilists #3 the following introduction: “The more I get into the COTM concept, the more I believe it’s really great for everybody involved. Not [...]Continue Reading →
Tweet This week’s Carnival of the Mobilists is hosted at Ubiquitous Thoughts and edited by Mark van ‘t Hooft, from the Research Center for Educational Technology at Kent State University. As usual, some great posts about anything mobile from around the blogosphere, head over to Ubiquitous Thoughts.Continue Reading →
Tweet The first Carnival of the Mobilists of 2008 (#105) is online at Mobile Point View. Head over and read Paul Ruppert’s exciting post!Continue Reading →
Tweet After a long flight back from iPhoneland, a severe jetlag – I can’t sleep on planes – and catching up with the works, I finally got to edit the 96th Carnival of the Mobilists. Nearly 2 years after my first Carnival of the Mobilists participation, headphones plugged in and a moody playlist on, I’m [...]Continue Reading →
Tweet Dear mobilists, I’m hosting next Monday’s CotM. Since I will be travelling from Sunday to Monday, I would appreciate if you could send your entries before Saturday 2pm PST / 11pm CET so I can store them on my laptop and do the editing on the plane. There’s going to be a lot of [...]Continue Reading →
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Rudy De Waele is CEO & co-founder of Nyota Media - the world's first growth agency for innovative African entrepreneurs, start-ups and international companies that use technology to improve the lives of Africans.
He is a Mobile Strategist, Business Angel and Appreneur with over 18 years of experience in Internet technology, specialising in mobile innovation and start ups since 1999.
Rudy has curated ground-breaking presentations in Mobile Trends 2020 (2010), Mobile Trends 2020 Africa (2011), and most recently Mobile Opportunities in Africa - Engaging the next Billion (2012).
He has consulted for Telefonica, Vodafone, MTN, Orange, Telcel, Millicom, Samsung, Nokia, BlackBerry, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Admob (acquired by Google), Louis Vuitton, Philippe Starck, Young & Rubicam, Cheil Worldwide.
- Mobile Opportunities in Africa – Engaging the next Billion
- Time for an app?
- Mobile World Congress 2013 Networking Events & Parties
- African Innovation Communication Agency Nyota Media Launches
- Moved to London
- Mobile Premier Awards Final Program!
- Apps Selected to Pitch at Mobile Premier Awards 2012
- Mobile World Congress 2012 Networking Events & Parties
- AppCircus coming to London at TechHub
- Announcing Mobile 2.0 Europe 2011 Conference