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Key Speakers at South Asian Mobile Content Conference 2010 in Colombo

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About 25 high-level speakers around the world will share their views and strategic considerations at the South Asian Mobile Content Conference 2010 that will be held at Colombo Taj Samudra Hotel on 10th instant.  The topics dealt with  at this first ever South Asian Mobile Content Conference 2010 will include Mobile Content Market Trends and Development, Mobile Applications, Enabling Rich Content to Mobile Consumers, Mobile Content Marketing and Revenue Modules in the Mobile Applications.

The Chief Guest will be Professor Tissa Vitarana, Hon. Minister of Technology and Research.

The keynote address will be delivered by Mobile Monday  founder Jari Tammisto of Finland who has much to offer including the fund of  experiences  from different Mobile Mondays worldwide. Currently  Tammisto is also the CEO of Mobile Monday Finland. The origin and expansion of Mobile Monday under the able leadership of Tammisto testifies to the keynote speaker’s calibre.   Jari Tammisto led a group of Finnish visionaries in inviting the who’s who of the Finnish mobile industry to a pub for an informal get-together in the autumn of 2000. The meeting was held.After meeting many new faces and discussing the latest in mobility, the group decided to continue meeting on the first Monday of each month — and thus, MobileMonday was born.Towards the end of 2004, Mobile Monday started to spread to other areas of the world and new MoMo chapters were started in Tokyo, Japan, Silicon Valley, UsA as well as Rome and Milan, Italy. Since then, the number of Mobile Monday chapters and members has dramatically increased making Mobile Monday the world’s leading mobile community. Mobile Monday International  launched its first chapter in Sri Lanka, Mobile Monday on  April 23, this year.

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Sri Lanka Paradise!

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by Malinda Seneviratne

It’s 12.36 pm now (May 31, 2010). Keep the time in mind. It is important.

Ok, now to Paradise. Sri Lanka Paradise. That’s a Tourist Board payoff line from the early eighties, if I remember right. We knew that. We told the world that Sri Lanka is a paradise and what more it comes with blue waters and shining eyes, delivered I was reminded recently with a gentle smile.

Some want to call this hell and for a while their consistent rubbishing of Sri Lanka, Sri Lankans and things Sri Lankan did rub off on the most naive and/or pernicious sections of the international community. We knew. This is Paradise.

For years many people told us that Paradise was a continent at the other end of the world. I visited that ‘Paradise’ and lived in various parts of that beautiful place for a total seven years. I spent a year in a place called Los Angeles (Mexico to some, USA to others).

I lived one block away from what was supposed to be the worst place for crime on that continent, the Pico-Union intersection. But hey, LA is LA. It is made of Hollywood, film stars, 3rd Street Promenade (yes, that’s Santa Monica, but that’s still ‘LA’ in the common imagination, Bunker Hill (Paradise on Earth), Skid Row (a few blocks from ‘Paradise’ and ‘Hell on Earth’ according to Mike Davis of ‘City of Quartz’ fame) and the Lakers.

I had a stipend from a university that came to 350 dollars. My rent was 300. I lived with my then wife in a ‘studio’ (think, ‘one large room and that’s it’) on a little over 10 dollars a week. My Sri Lankan friends told me, ‘you got to get wheels, you got to get a driver’s licence and for all this, you need to get a California ID’.

I filled the forms, submitted them. Waited. And waited. And waited. Days passed. Weeks. Months. No word. Finally, after about three months, I called to find out what had happened. ‘It’s being processed,’ I was told. I was asked, politely, to wait a further four to six weeks. This, by the way, was in the year 1994. I explained ‘context’ to the person at the other end of the line.

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ජංගම දුරකතන මගින් අන්තර්ජාලයට යන සංඛ්‍යාව පරිගණකය තුලින් සම්බන්ධ වන අයට වඩා වැඩියි

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ඉදිරි වසර පහ තුලදී ලෝකයේ පරිගණකය මගින් අන්තර්ජාලයට එක්වන පිරිසට වඩා  ජංගම දුරකතනය ඔස්සේ ඊට එක්වන පිරිස වර්ධනය වන බව ශ්‍රී ලංකා තොරතුරු හා සන්නිවේදන තාක්ෂණ නියෝජිතායතනයේ (ICTA) ප්‍රධාන මෙහෙයුම් නිලධාරී රෙෂාන් දේවපුර මහතා පැවැසීය.
 ජංගම දුරකතන අන්තර්ගතයන් පුළුල් ලෙස සංවර්ධනය කිරීම කෙරෙහි අවධනය යොමු කෙරෙන දකුණු ආසියානු කලාපීය සමුළුව හා වැඩමුළුව පිළිබදව මාධ්‍ය දැනුවත් කිරීම සදහා කොළඹ පැවැති මාධ්‍ය හමුවකදී රෙෂාන් දේවපුර මහතා මෙම අදහස් පළ කළේය.
 මෙම m Billion 2010 සමුළුව හා වැඩමුළුව මෙම ජුනි මස 10 සහ 11 යන දිනයන් හි කොළඹ ටාජ් සමුද්‍රා හෝටලයේ දී  පැවැත්වේ .
තවත් වසරක් තුල දී දකුණු ආසියාවේ ජංගම දුරකතන භාවිත කරන්නන්ගේ සංඛ්‍යාව බිලියනය ඉක්මවන බවද දේවපුර මහතා මෙහිදී සදහන් කළේය.
 ජංගම දුරකතන මෘදුකාංග හා අන්තර්ගත නිර්මාණකරුවන්ට තම නිර්මාන ඉදිරිපත් කිරීමට මෙහි දී අගනා අවස්ථාවක් හිමිවෙන බවත් ඒ වෙනුවෙන් පැවැත්වීමට නියමිත තරගාවලිය සදහා මේ වන විට අයදුම් පත් 200ක් පමණ ලැබී තිබෙන බවත් දේවපුර මහතා මෙහිදී වැඩිදුරටත් සදහන් කළේය.
 මෙරට ප්‍රමුඛතම ජංගම දුරකථන සමාගමක් වන එටිසලාට් සමාගම සහ ලෝ ප්‍රකට ශ්‍රී ලාංකික මෘදුකාංග සමාගමක් වන ෂෙනිඩ් මොබයිල් සමාගම මෙම සමුළුවේ මුලෝපායික හවුල් කරුවන් වේ.

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