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    Since we didn't getting anything good out of CES why don't we Buy a booth at MWC 2013. just being there showing of the pre3, veer, touchpad, and samsung galaxy nexus at a booth. Maybe team up with PIC, webOS ports, or enyo teams? or are booths already sold out.
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    You actually have to contact their staff to secure a booth package, arrange placement...and get approval to exhibit in the first place.

    Got several tens of thousands of dollars to spend? http://www.mobileworldcongress.com/w...ospitality.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by dignitary View Post
    You actually have to contact their staff to secure a booth package, arrange placement...and get approval to exhibit in the first place.

    Got several tens of thousands of dollars to spend? http://www.mobileworldcongress.com/w...ospitality.pdf
    Lol

    And that kind of money would go a lot further if it were to be put towards Homebrew R&D work like os ports... as well as the fact that internet publicity for interesting projects is generally almost free
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    In the end, it'd be a few tens of thousands of dollars to basically show people a museum of (mostly) abandoned phones nobody there would have any interest in.

    It's...not exactly a good use of funds. To say the least. Let the big boys (Gram/Open webOS) do the promotion if they decide to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dignitary View Post
    It's...not exactly a good use of funds. To say the least. Let the big boys (Gram/Open webOS) do the promotion if they decide to do so.
    Sometimes thread topics aren't meant to be taken quite so seriously.
    Last edited by HelloNNNewman; 01/12/2013 at 12:55 AM. Reason: typo



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    Can you Imagine people reaction if we were showing off the webOS on 3 generation old hardware lol. I feel like alot of people would stop by because its so random.

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