Archive | May, 2006

Listen with Keren

I was interviewed yesterday by Keren Flavell for The Mobile Media Show – which was great as it’s one of my favourite podcasts. You can hear the results here or subscribe at iTunes. Let me know what you think. And be kind please. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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Real World Wiki Gets Closer

Real World Wiki Gets Closer

Last August, I gave a speech at Wikimania (a conference for passionate Wikipedists) in which I envisioned a Real World Wikipedia. The idea I was promoting was that we could annotate our real world environment with a kind of virtual graffiti, which we could access via our mobile phones. The graffiti could be factual (Wikipedia […]

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Download the Web to Your Phone

Download the Web to Your Phone

Webaroo is a great application that allows you to download websites to your computer and your mobile, if you happen to be a Windows mobile user. If you use your lappy offline a lot – travelling or perhaps presenting to clients without web access – you can visit websites you use frequently and they’ll automatically […]

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Carnival of the Mobilists # 29 at Open Gardens

Head on over to Ajit Jaokar’s Open Gardens blog for this week’s collection of best writing about mobile from around the web. Ajit’s done a great job, as befits someone with whom I wrote a book once! In case you missed it, the Carnival now has its own website and it’s sponsored by our friends […]

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Microsoft Looking To Buy Third Screen Media

Third Screen Media, the mobile advertising company I spoke to at CTIA, is reportedly in buyout talks with Microsoft’s MSN unit, according to The Wall Street Journal. In addition to already having a good client base, what impressed me about Third Screen was its understanding of what’s needed for ad-supported content to succeed, both in […]

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