Archive | August, 2004
Blogging

Blogging

Firstly, welcome to my 100th BlogLines RSS subscriber – nice to have you on board, along with the original 99 of course! Many people who read blogs are actually bloggers themselves, which means that many people who read this are (de facto) bloggers! In fact, if you read this and aren’t a blogger, drop me […]

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Carnival of the Capitalists

Roll up, roll up. For those of you who enjoyed reading my turn at hosting Carnival of the Capitalists last week, you might like to check out this week’s excellent selection of writing and musings at New Dog Old Trick. Check out the blog while you’re there – some great stuff. —–>Follow us on Twitter […]

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Nokia and Vodafone

Nokia and Vodafone

According to Reuters Vodafone and Nokia are joining forces to make java (J2ME) easier to use across a wider range of handsets. At the moment consumers have a limited choice of Java programs such as games because it too expensive for operators and software makers to make the available on all handsets. The major potential […]

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Nokia Lingo

Nokia Lingo

According to Moco News our friends at Nokia have stopped calling phones errr…..phones. The new lexicon du jour is terminal because, from their point of view, weÌve already evolved away from the phone towards a converged device that combines things such as FM radio, digital camera, MP3 player. I absolutely agree that we need a […]

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The Great iPod Conspiracy

The Great iPod Conspiracy

The New York Times has an amusing silly-season story about iPods. Specifically how a bunch of people are convinced that it’s pre-programed to prefer certain tracks over others. The evidence? Put your iPod on Shuffle and hear it for yourself. Lucy Shaw, a social worker in New York, has stopped using Shuffle altogether. “It was […]

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