Archive | October, 2006

The Mobile v the iPod Revisited

I wrote a post a couple of weeks ago, for which I was gleefully called out on by some Apple fan boys. Basically, I predicted that the iPod quarterly sales would decline again due to strong growth in phone-based MP3 players – a triumph for the Conversionists over their gang rivals, the¬†Separatistas. In the event, […]

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.mobi Auctions Raise More Questions Than They Answer

I’m not going to rehash my point of view on .mobi; I’ve done so plenty before, and plenty of holes have been poked in their plans on other sites as well. Needless to say, I’m not a big fan. And I find their plans to auction off so-called premium domains nothing short of ridiculous. The […]

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The BlackBerry As An Anti-Status Symbol

I was flipping through radio stations last night in the car, and managed to catch some of a BBC World Service show called Culture Shock. I tuned in at the end of a report on augmented cognition, which sounds a little freaky. Anyhow, they had on a “trendwatcher” to discuss it and a few other […]

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Carnival 51 At Tarek Speaks Mobile

Tarek Abu-Esber has the latest installment of The Carnival of the Mobilists at his site, where he’s done a great job recapping the week’s best writing on the Web about mobile. Be sure to check it out. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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Worst Mobile URL Ever?

Worst Mobile URL Ever?

I’ve been messing around with Net News Wire and its ability to sync up to NewsGator Online, thinking that might be a nice way to read RSS feeds on my mobile device (something I don’t really do anyway, but still). So I get everything synced with a minimum of fuss, eventually located the page where […]

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