Day two of the GiGse conference was dominated by talk of scumbags and marriage.
Everybody was struggling to follow yesterday’s dramatic Jones-Pappas standoff. A few panelists jokingly promised fisticuffs or nudity but nobody delivered. Shame.
The most illuminating panel of the day was probably the study of the role of affiliates in a regulated US market. (Although Probability CEO Charles Cohen can take a bow for a typically brilliant and entertaining solo turn on the possibilities of mobile.)