The BlogHer conference is today. Wish I were there. Debi Jones and gang are doing what’s promising to be an amazing segment on moblogging. I know also that Ms. Jen is going to be there, too. Mobile blogging will never be the same again. Link: moblogher. Moblogging 2.0 is mobile centric and providing multi-directional posting […]
Something to think about. Link: When evil meets good – The Boston Globe – Boston.com – Mass. – News. Good and evil collided this week on a blazing hot morning on the side of a well-traveled road in the outskirts of the bucolic town of Duxbury. And this wasn’t a collision in the merely metaphorical […]
Link: Om Malik’s Broadband Blog – For mobile carriers, moblogs mean cash money. Business 2.0: While users seem to love the ability to post pix on the fly, the real beneficiaries will be carriers, who’ve been looking for ways to plump up their flat revenues-per-customer. Here’s why. Everyone expected camera phones to unleash a flood […]
Bernina Originally uploaded by schickr.
More, please Originally uploaded by schickr. Jippo and bowl
Ellen Svinhufund Cake from the Stella Bakery, Helsinki. Ellen was a former Finnish president’s wife.
More on über-geek-model, Anina. Way to go, Anina! Link: Blog your way to the top – mobile behaviour from a geeky supermodel. She had a vision of her own corporation, clearly not a money driven one, but one that brings people together, working together as a team, connecting people. No pun intended. In Anina’s words […]
i’m already a bit besotted with Apple. The marketing pitch for working at Apple is not just theirs, but it’s my guiding principle. Dang, I could never be a simple employee. I’ve never done much the way it’s ‘supposed’ to be done. 😉 Link: Apple – Jobs. There’s the typical job. Punch in, push paper, […]
Another view of Web 2.0, comparing it to web 1.0. Let’s party like it’s 1999. Link: Om Malik’s Broadband Blog – 1995 vs 2005, are we thinking different?. 1995 vs 2005, are we thinking different? Via Rodrigo.
Link: [eriksmartt.com/blog] – Blog Archive – semacode 1.5 released. There’s a new version of semacode available, which includes the full source code for the Symbian SDK. Now I guess we need Python bindings 😉 I wonder if semacode could be used to facilitate Bluetooth pairing. One solution would be to have a semacode sticker on […]