Latest posts by Ken Banks (see all)
- You might not change the world. But you can make it a better place. - Nov. 17, 2015
- Joining CARE as their Entrepreneur in Residence - Nov. 12, 2015
- What technology-for-conservation might learn from technology-for-development - Nov. 02, 2015
- The case of We Care Solar and our failure to spot winners - Sep. 15, 2015
Exactly ten years ago this month I was preparing for my first ever piece of work in mobile, two years of work which would lead to the development of an innovative conservation service in 2003 – wildlive! – and the release of one of the earliest reports [PDF] on the application of mobile technology in conservation and development work in 2004. A lot has happened since then, not least an explosion in interest, buzz, excitement – and, yes, hype – and a sense that mobile can be the saviour of, well, everything. Back then you’d likely be able to fit everyone working in mobile-for-development (m4d) into a small cafe. Today you’d need at least a football stadium
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