It could have been a waiting scene at Acoustics, Saigon Rock Alley. Except for the instruments and the bands.
The cool, the calm and the co-ed. They were all there. Web to Mobile and back to Web (the mother of all).
Bruce Lee clip was shown: “to hell with obstacles, I create my own opportunities.”
So they created, collaborated and commented.
The eagerness and hunger was there, for the next big thing, even in BioTech.
When I was looking that good, I wasn’t into tech. Now another young guy, by the same first name, sat there and told us to “build an ecosystem” etc….
Back then, all I knew was sound system and we were all hair.
Features phones vs smart phones had not even been in the horizon.
Yes, Vietnam is facing an e-payment problem; its e-commerce is consequently slow to take off. But what about those who come to Vietnam from an ecosystem that doesn’t have that problem? Should we make them walk around, pay by cash? How about Tech Support…..
So the arguments tail-spinned in a different direction.
But the thought flow and thought form were there, punctuated by occassional nods of agreement.
Tech talent got it.
They just need a jump-start, like the eagle that needs a push.
Jump, said Jesus, to the invalid who complained that every time he tried (to get himself healed) , someone else had already jumped into the pool first.
Instead of getting to the water, Bruce Lee’s advice for us to become water.
“Water in a cup becomes the cup….”
Saigon Tech talent will need to morph and move through window in between mobility and mortality.
It was good to see 160 show up after only a few days of SMS and flash mop. Unlike at Acoustics, I went home hungry, but not drunk.
I still remember some if not all the challenges, comments and consolation.
It’s good to have attended Mobile Monday, in T-shirt and jeans.