Monthly Archives: March 2006

SMS.ac – Come On! Just Die Already

Just following through on what I started this morning and linking to Russ with SMS.ac prominently in the text. I also put it up in my del.icio.us links. Join in, spread the word, post a link or two or three. … Continue reading

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April 2006 Mobile Monday – Flash and SVG

I just posted the details for the April 2006 Mobile Monday meeting. I think it’s going to be an interesting one. I had a bunch of folks at MoMo meetings ask about Flash and SVG, and once I started passing … Continue reading

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PayPal Mobile

I think Carlo really nails it in his writeup of PayPal mobile. I would just put some additional stress on the “force that onerous revenue share down to more acceptable levels” role that PayPal can play. I’m very very happy … Continue reading

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Google Transcoding Search Results for Mobile

I’m happy to hear that Dave managed to get Google to stop mangling the WINKsite pages after searches, but definitely somewhat troubled by the process he had to go through. I agree with what Scott had to say about the … Continue reading

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Location Based Disservice

I’m betting at least some of you out there look at the release from Garmin and think “Bah, I could do what I want of that with my Series60 phone, a GPS unit, and some Python scripts”. It’s what I … Continue reading

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Video and Audio from Mobile Monday

Shannon Perkins has started posting the video and audio from the March Mobile Monday. Thanks Shannon! Video of Minimo – Audio of Minimo Video of Nokia Open Source Series 60 – Audio of Nokia Open Source Series 60

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Web Components For Mobile Applications

I should probably start with some kind of disclaimer that I am a Ning employee. However, this stuff that I’m about to talk about is work I’m doing in my free time. It does not represent the position of Ning … Continue reading

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Not Making things Mobile

I’ve been thinking a bunch about the mobile web in general (it’s the topic of the Mobile Monday meeting next week) and what I said a while ago about trying to merge the two currently distinct webs in particular. It … Continue reading

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