Monthly Archives: August 2005

PSP Web Browser Tips

I’m just catching up on some backlog and ran across Secrets Of The PSP Web Browser, a great article about how to use the PSP browser to best potential. I played around with the browser some, but haven’t tried to … Continue reading

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Mobile Feed Reading

Barb has a post on the Social Software weblog asking about mobile feed reading. First let me chime in and say that normally I use Bloglines on both my Nokia and Palm devices, and Bloglines is my primary reader on … Continue reading

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Gahbunga Launch

I saw info of the Gahbunga launch over at Techcrunch. Sounds very much like the Fotochatter app we saw during the Mobile Monday demo day. Not that I’m complaining, two companies working in largely the same direction normally means there’s … Continue reading

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Viral Marketing Implications for Telecom

There’s a post on the Insitute for the Future blog about a viral marketing campaign for “The Ring 2″. I like the premise of it quite a bit, tying together playing the video with calling the phone. But it also … Continue reading

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Linux Mobile Device

I’ve worked on a couple of Linux devices that hook up to the cellular networks. Normally those are data only devices however, using prepackaged modules meant specifically for data only devices. However Surj Patel has been looking at making his … Continue reading

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Mobile Monday San Diego

Suj Patel is organizing a Mobile Monday meeting in San Diego! There’s a great concentration of both hardware and software based mobile companies down there, so the meetings should be great. The first meeting is going to be Sept 19th … Continue reading

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Google Jabber Based IM!

So the rumours from yesterday about Google releasing a Jabber based IM system are true. You can find out more about it at the Google Talk site. The stuff is standard enough that I had no problem connecting using GAIM … Continue reading

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Symbian Programming SIG Tonight

John Kern has assembled a Symbian Programming SIG, first meeting to happen tonight in Palo Alto. The meeting starts at 7:00pm, at SAP Labs (Southern Cross Room, 3410 Hillview Ave. Palo Alto, CA 94304). John has been a great supporter … Continue reading

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Google Jabber Based IM?

After I was joking just yesterday that it would be great to have a major player with an open IM platform, along comes speculation that the Google release will be a Jabber based IM service. I have to admit I’m … Continue reading

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Mobile Versions

I saw over on Rafer’s blog that there was a mobile version of the Feedster 500. Very cool! I took it as my cue to setup a WINKsite for this blog. I’ve used WINKsite on and off for a while, … Continue reading

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