Less is mobile

This is my blog.

This is my blog on mofuse. Suddenly, cell-friendly.

Interesting. What do ya’ll think?

11 comments

  1. Bob Boynton’s avatar

    What happens to your pictures? — of fires, etc.

  2. Mic Edwards’s avatar

    Another argument in favor of the iPhone …

  3. Doc Searls’s avatar

    Bob,

    I think the pix get buried a bit. But I’ll need to check it out.

    And Mic, the iPhone is an argument in favor of the iPhone. An invention that mothers necessity.

    When my awful Treo deal with Verizon runs out in August, I’ll probably get one. Even though I really want to wait on a cool new Linux-based Android phone. Although I may get one of those too. We’ll see.

  4. Francine hardaway’s avatar

    Pretend life is short and get an iPhone.

  5. Allan T.’s avatar

    There are over 3 billion cell phones on the planet. Apple plans to sell 100 million or so iPhones in the next few years. For the other 2.9 billion, MoFuse seems like a necessary invention.

    Of course that doesn’t stop me from being in line for a 3G iphone bright and early manyana…

  6. Andrius Kulikauskas’s avatar

    I’m writing to start pestering you about meeting with you and others at the Berkman Center some day next week, Tuesday to Friday, July 15 to 18. I would especially like to talk about “Organizing Large Global Teams in the Public Domain” or alternatively about “Making the Most of the Worst Internet Access”.

    Here’s a proposal to Stephen Wolfram about “A New Kind of Culture” where I propose to organize a culture of investigation, at the heart of which would be his “A New Kind of Science”:
    http://www.worknets.org/wiki.cgi?ANewKindOfCulture
    I’m writing from his summer school in Vermont. Here’s my presentation there: http://www.worknets.org/wiki.cgi?LawsOfArchitecture
    and here is a survey with the automata pictures that I made:
    http://www.worknets.org/survey/

    And here’s a presentation of my Minciu Sodas laboratory’s work on the
    Includer , a proposed device to read and write emails stored on a USB
    flash drive, to be uploaded and downloaded at an Internet cafe, and also
    allowing for an offline file sharing network from USB flash drive to USB
    flash drive, especially in Africa.
    http://www.includer.org/presentation/
    I won a 2008 Knight News Challenge award to blog about this idea (starting
    soon) at the PBS website.

    Also, I’m working with Melanie Dulong de Rosnay on the proceedings for the
    European Union’s COMMUNIA thematic network’s workshop Ethical Public
    Domain: Debate of Questionable Practices, which I organized in Vilnius,
    Lithuania on March 31, 2008. http://www.ethicalpublicdomain.org She is
    also a fellow at the Berkman Center.

    Finally, I’m corresponding with Walter Bender of Sugar Labs
    http://web.media.mit.edu/~walter/ he was Executive Director of the MIT
    Media Lab, and he’s interested to meet with me, and perhaps we might
    invite him to participate. We’re interested in working together on
    education around the world and perhaps also the Sugar interface might be
    relevant for our Includer.

    Andrius (312) 618-3345

  7. Dan Thornton’s avatar

    I’m taking a look for my blogs…I’ve been using http://www.mippin.com for what seems like ages now, so will be good to compare the two!

  8. Mike Agar’s avatar

    Interesting idea… but Google has had an interface for doing this for a long time:

    http://mobile.jmagar.com (a mobile address to my blog)

    redirects to:

    http://www.google.com/gwt/n?u=http://www.jmagar.com

    Once you start with this interface, all offsite links get the same magic google treatment. So browsing becomes very easy for less capable devices. (I do echo the idea of using a more capable browser though; an iPhone is a better solution to this problem.)

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