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LINK: Create your own Mobile Blog with your Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 27.04.05 - 15:39:28 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 10073x
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teaser_link.gif"First, what's a moblog? A moblog, or a mobile blog, is an online record of anything you feel like sharing with the world, whether they want it or not. The difference between moblogging and regular blogging is that you use your phone or Pocket PC to post text or pictures.
There are obvious advantages to this. If you get inspired in the middle of a meadow, at your favorite local watering hole, or on a road trip, you won't have to wait until you can get back to your desktop to send your thoughts and photos to the world.

Though moblogging isn't new, it has been gaining popularity and attention, though I don't think the uses of it have been fully explored. It seems a perfect way, for instance, for a real estate agent to show new properties to clients. I've been looking around for a house lately, and I'm frustrated by the lack of pictures on real estate sites. If an agent had a mobile blog, she could take pictures and immediately send them to her moblog."

Suzanne Ross, over at Microsoft's Windows Mobile site, provides a great introduction into moblogging and the ways you can moblog with your Windows Mobile Smartphone too.
If you don't have a Smartphone yet but a Pocket PC Phone Edition "only" don't worry - it's basically the same with Pocket PCs (as long as they can connect with the Internet).

Cheers ~ Arne

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