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Mobile Meshwalk

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The wiki password is "orange"


Design Crawl and Walking Camp


When: Tuesday March 20th, 9am to 9pm It's the first day of Spring! Rain or shine, we'll be there!


What is a Meshwalk: read Shannon Clark's explanation here.


Follow the day anytime thanks to Twitter.com. Sign up and add pascale as a friend (pdiaine@gmail.com). The tag of the event is : mmwsf and meshwalk

Updated - Detailed Agenda:
9am - 9:30am : coffee and registration @ South Park (we will have tables and signs - you can't miss us), group introductions

9:30am - 12:30pm: Design Crawl - frog design, FuseProject, Rubyred Labs are opening their doors and giving presentations, we will provide you with a schedule (see map). Each design firm will discuss what they are doing in the mobile space as well as their views on the future of mobile.


frog will be discussing the development of the Alltel Celltop mobile application.

12:30pm - 1:30pm: Lunch in the Ferry Building (lunch boxes will be there for you, but we need a headcount! - please sign up if you are not on the list already)
1:30pm - 5:00pm: Mobile Meshwalk:
We will have three "waypoints" where we will regroup as a group. The first waypoint is the San Francisco Art Institute (we will meet at the cafe, go into the courtyard, straight past the fountain to the cafe) the second is the Long Now Foundation @ Fort Mason (we will gather in front of the Long Now foundation's offices) and the third and final waypoint is the Palace of Fine Arts (we will meet under the domes) where we will meet transportation to take us back to 330 Ritch St. The buses back from the Palace of Fine Arts will only accomodate up to 25 people, so a group may optionally take the #30 Muni or may wait for the bus to return.
We may optionally stop as a group at other locations - communicated via twitter. The specific path we take to each waypoint is up to the groups. During the Mobile MeshWalk we will be looking at the role of advertising & commercial speech in a mobile context.
5:00pm - 6:00pm: @ 330 Ritch Street - Begin populating the wiki, upload pictures (www.pikeo.com or www.flickr.com) and other captures of the day - USE THE TAG: mmwsf and meshwalk
6:00pm - 9:00pm: Libations, Discussions, Food and Drinks @ 330 Ritch Street - Pictures of the day will be displayed at the venue . (Open to everybody, feel free to invite people interested in the MMW but who could not attend during the day)


What is the Mobile MeshWalk about:

Why stay in a room all day when you can Crawl + Walk around the city thinking about innovation? The Mobile Mesh Walk is about Design and Mobile Marketing.


The Design Crawl will take place in the morning, but instead of having a designer come talk to us, we're taking it on the road. We'll check out their offices and learning about their point of view. Get ready for the Design Crawl centered around SF's South Park area. Participants in the Design Crawl include FuseProject, and RubyRed Labs, and FrogDesign. (details to follow)


The Design Crawl will be followed by a Walking Camp in the afternoon. We'll split up into small groups and walk in a controlled "drift" - taking pictures and brainstorming about mobile advertising inspired by being in situ.


Feel free to suggest a topic to be discussed and/or itinerary to be followed here.


Coffee, pastries, and lunch will be provided. At the end of the day, we'll gather together at 330 Ritch Street for pictures comparisons, libations and discussions.


Your mission:

1) Be sure to bring your camera, cameraphone, videocam, audio recorder, etc...

2) Document your day, hour by hour, with, if possible, real time picture upload with tags.

3) Bring your friends and have fun



If you want to participate, please send an email to spark.orange@gmail.com with your name, email, company and blog or website URL. Within 1 day you will see your name appear on this page.




Shannon Clark

Natalie Quizon

Mark Plakias

Pascale Diaine









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