STEVE SMITH

Steve Smith is the Editorial Director, Events at MediaPost where he oversees all OMMA and Insider Summit event content. He is also the longtime Mobile Insider/MoBlog columnist for Mobile Marketing Daily. A recovering academic who taught media studies at Brown and University of Virginia, he spent the last decade as a digital media critic for numerous publications and as a digital strategy consultant. He also writes for Media Industry Newsletter and eContent magazine. Contact him here.

Results for April 2009
  • Re-Tweeting The Show: OMG, We Killed WAP!
    Post-OMMA Mobile, some housekeeping. First, we are trying to corral as many ...
  • Welcome to OMMA Mobile
    Welcome to OMMA Mobile. For those of you monitoring the show from ...
  • Change Is In The Air: Welcome To OMMA Mobile
    For those of you not in attendance at tomorrow's OMMA Mobile show ...
  • Among The Numerati: Tracking The Trackers
    When I first heard of Business Week reporter Stephen Baker's book about ...
  • OMMA Mobile: Ask Them This for Me
    My Italian grandmother was forever toiling in the kitchen while we had ...
  • Mom Guilt, Mobilized
    "What are you getting Mom for Mother's Day?" "You guys are divorced. ...
  • Personalization: It's Not Easy Being Me
    Personalization is one of the great un-kept promises of digital media. From ...
  • Almost Mobile: WSJ's iPhone App
    "Oh no, you didn't! Oh no, you didn't!" I shout at my ...
  • Crowd-Sourcing Ourselves
    With literally billions of pages in mobile social networking inventory and activity ...
  • Listening To The Engine
    When dynamic ad technology company Teracent started helping HP retarget users off ...
  • DSi: Now You're Toying With Power
    One of the true ironies of mobile media is that one of ...
  • Back To Kindle-Garten
    The Kindle 2 is a valuable glimpse into the future of mobility, ...
  • You've Been De-Anonymized
    In a new academic paper from two University of Texas scholars, computer ...
  • Still Paying, Still Playing
    With the launch of BlackBerry's new "App World" and more robust and ...