The abstract of the talk:
Interesting web applications demonstrate that information really does want to be free. Developers mix and match data from various sources to create new, fascinating, and useful web sites. By comparison, telephony applications incorporate limited information and -- in a mobile world -- almost nothing in the way of location-sensitive information. What information will be free in twenty years? How will telephony applications incorporate this information? How do we get there from here? How can we make money during the journey?
And with any luck, I should have another interesting (but much shorter!) talk available online later today.
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