I spoke today at the Emerging Communications Conference, which is put on by Lee Dryburgh and friends. The talks I've been able to see have been very interesting - you can see the agenda here. I spoke about search dialing, which is a feature of Toktumi that allows people to make phone calls by typing names or keywords to place calls. It's a merger of 411 ("find who") and local search ("find what"), and is the sort of feature that's only possible when PCs and phones are integrated. Richard Martin of Information Week covered it today in this article.