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Cleaning Out The Link Drawer

this one is going to stretch back several weeks, but enjoy anyway: – Get an SMS… from your lawnmower – iPhone Web Usage Continues to Rise — Even On T-Mobile’s Network – Mobile phones turning “surveillance society” on its head? – RIM CEO on BlackBerry Storm: “nobody gets it perfect out the door” – This […]

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Old News I Want To Post Anyway: Stupid Criminals and T-Mobile Ads

A couple bits of news from last week that I never got around to posting: Mobile Phones Empowering Stupid Criminals Everywhere, Part XIII I’d seen this, but thanks to Tomi Ahonen and his reader Steve Epstein for passing it along: Some idiots in Columbus, Ohio carjacked a guy’s BMW with his phone inside. So one […]

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And We’re Back…

It’s been a rough adjustment to normal life, whatever that is these days, after a few weeks away in Argentina over the holidays. While I didn’t spend too much time pondering mobile while away, I did see a couple of great posts elsewhere: There is more than one mobile context by Tom Hume. Fantastic post […]

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links for 2008-11-21

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One For The Feed Reader

I always enjoy listening to David Wood from Symbian talk. I don’t always agree with him, but I always find what he has to say interesting and thought-provoking, so I was glad to see that he’s launched a blog at dw2-0.com. As you might imagine, he’s had a bit to say about recent developments in […]

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