Hello my dahlings – I’m in Kuala Lumpur etc. this week (a bit unexpected). I sorta stuffed up the PIN on my mobile voicemail. Why do these things always happen when travelling, hmmm? Anyway should have it fixed soon, SMS me if urgent. I’ll tell you more when I get back. Promise!
I know I know, I haven’t abandoned you, dear reader. Have a squiz at this and tell me what you think: 4INFO Mobile Search Blog: 4INFO Mission Movers = Community-based SMS 4INFO announced today a partnership with Mission Movers Group, a marketing innovation firm, to provide The Rainier Chamber with the first community controlled text […]
Strange how some things change and others stay the same. We now have an old guard in Internet and they resist change fairly strongly. Particularly if they didn’t see it coming. I fell over this article in SMH today – Teenage habits – and was, well, gobsmacked at Paul McIntyre’s predictions for World Internet Project’s […]
Julian Lee at The Sydney Morning Herald had this to say: DOES the launch of Channel Ten’s service allowing viewers to SMS, MMS or email live video footage, pictures and text messages direct to its newsroom herald the start of a boom in user-generated content? Based on a trial during this week’s cyclone in Queensland […]
TeleResources pointed me towards The Australian IT story on mobile phone users/drivers creating a community to warn each other of police activity on the roads. THE Queensland government is seeking advice on whether it can shut down a text messaging service which warns motorists of random breath test and speed trap sites.Road Spy was launched […]
Translating the Bible into… SMS? ’nuff said (it IS Sunday). In da bginnin God cre8d da heavens & da earth. Da earth waz barren, wit no 4m of life.“We’re not selling a product, it’s the message that Jesus is still relevant today,” Mr Chant said. “It’s just being communicated in another method.” Article in The […]