Seeking Mobile Content In Action for Awards

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I have been asked to nominate eight examples of mobile content at work for the WSA Mobile Content Awards. WSA-mobile content (http://www.wsa-mobile.org) selects and promotes the world’s best in mobile content and innovative applications. It is based on the expertise, mechanism and network of the World Summit Award (www.wsis-award.org) and is held every two years, with the first Winners’ Gala to take place in Abu Dhabi in December 2010 in cooperation and along with the UN DESA GAID Global Forum. Attached some examples of previous winners and the list of categories is here: http://www.wsa-mobile.org/contest/evaluation-criteria
 
WSA-mobile emphasizes cultural diversity and identity, the creation of varied information content and the digitalization of educational, scientific and cultural heritage. It aims to make the benefits of the new Information Society accessible and meaningful for all humanity, and in particular, to raise public awareness and give deserved public recognition to the highest quality e-Content, produced all over the world. As of today, around 160 countries actively participate in the initiative.
 
National pre-selections for the WSA-mobile run through experts in respective countries. The only way to apply for WSA-mobile is to be nominated by the national expert. I have been asked to serve as the USA national expert and am seeking nominations right now. Review the categories (http://www.wsa-mobile.org/contest/evaluation-criteria) and criteria (http://www.wsa-mobile.org/contest/evaluation-criteria), then visit my nomination wiki here to submit your case studies of mobile content making the world a better place. If your company and/or client is US based, submit via my nomination wiki (http://wsamobile.pbworks.com/). If not, you’ll need to reach out to the appropriate national expert. Let’s show the real power of mobile content in action!
Deadline to Submit Ideas to Michelle: SEPTEMBER 1

Richard Oppenheim
Richard Oppenheim helps individuals and companies get better. His effort is to deliver short term actions that will serve as the foundation for achieving long term goals, such as getting unstuck. He maps what is desired with what can be accomplished and then help create a personal road map for going forward.

As a CPA, Richard was an early innovator of computer based resources. Over the years, his efforts have integrated lots of business processes, personal actions, technology resources and decision making. He has developed computer based professional education courses and co-founded a company providing on-line education courses covering the areas of security, management and control over IT operations.

As an adjunct professor at NYU's Graduate School of Business, Richard served as a Director with NYU's Management Decision Laboratory. He graduated from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and did post-graduate work at New York University.

His writing includes books, magazine columns, computer product reviews, feature articles, trade association pamphlets, book editing and ghostwriting.

His journey continues as he endeavors to guide and illuminate the path that others need to take.
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