Category: Blogs

Sigh…

Jeremy Keith’s post on owning his own words has reminded me about the importance of running your own blog in your own space that you control. Of course, I’ve long been a supporter of this idea, but I’m afraid the

Google Plus Plus Plus

Ok – I realized recently that I hadn’t posted on this blog since January of this year. However, I have been very active in putting my voice out there in other social media. I’ve been active on Twitter, I’ve been

Betavine Launches Widget Blog

Betavine (Vodafone R&D’s developer community portal), with some help from the inimitable folks at Carsonified, have laucnhed a new blog dedicated to Mobile Widgets and Web Apps.  The idea is to get as much information out as possible about what

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Offline Blogging and Location

So what does WordPress’s application for iPhone give you that sets it apart from just blogging through the browser?First and foremost, it allows you to blog while off-line. I’m writing this while sitting in the Tube, under the streets of

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The State of Mobile Blogging: It Ain’t Pretty

[ad] So I’ve been doing some research on mobile blogging, trying to find the best solutions out there. The situation is pretty dire. So far, it looks like the best solution out there is actually from Windows Live (née MSN)

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Not Dead

I know I haven’t posted here in a while. Don’t worry — I’m not dead. I am taking a trip with my kids in the States and Candada. For daily-ish updates, check out my jaiku micro-blog.

Off The Grid

I will be “off the grid” for the coming week as I take my lovely and charming wife to an undisclosed location somewhere in the Greek islands to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary. Back on the 25th, hopefully rested, relaxed

Mobile Web Review on Vodafone Betavine

I have started a new blog, “Mobile Web Review,” where I’ll be reviewing mobile Web sites. My first victim is FlickR mobile. For what I had to say, go on over to Mobile Web review, hosted on Vodafone Betavine. Also,

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Another thing about WWW2007

People that I have never met came up to me and told me that they read this blog. Like… regularly. That’s frickin’ weird.

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