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November 18, 2010

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Henry Sinn

Hey Tomi,

One segment of the community and one vertical of interest.

Wow!

Imagine if we took it to the next level as part of 'Yellow'....

Henry

MK

Hi Tomi,

So how are the mags actually distributed? Via MMS or WAP?

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What Girlswalker illumines can be implemented favourably and in a similar format in many countries.

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Fantastic - something to show the New Yorker - Ay!

Joey1058

The problem in America is that industries are walled and fragmented. They can't get beyond the concept of the internet as "the web". Which of course only displays on PCs. And PCs here are going from desktops to handhelds. Unless cheaper feature phones can display gaudy, in- your-face graphics (a concept standardized by old fashioned print media), they will want no part of it.

Lars

Hi Tomi..

Thanks - as always - for the hat-tip.. GW has always been a fav. 8-)

The Tokyo Girls Collection fashion shows are a total blast and they have always done very well on the ad side considering 'sweetheart' focus market segment.. no surprise they get astounding CTR's.

Not sure if you knew that Xavel was on-lead when DoCoMo launched the DCMX payment platform, we did a Viewpoint on that back in 2006:
http://wirelesswatch.jp/2006/09/15/docomo-mobile-credit-everything-you-know-about-3g-is-useless/

Cheers,

Lars

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