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Camera-phones bring business into focus with instant and cost-effective images 0

Camera-phones bring business into focus with instant and cost-effective images

In my presentation at the First International Moblogging Conference I spoke about Moblogs for Business’. At the end of my presentation, Molly asked me, if moblogging isn’t too complex and complicated for the normal user. I replied that compared to knowing the in and outs of a digital camera, photoshop, frontpage/dreamweaver or any other html...

Identifying things in FOAF 0

Identifying things in FOAF

As we are also working on FOAF for our moblog, this is a timely read, especially Marc Canter’s comment… Identifying things in FOAF Via Bernhard

Tsukiji 0

Tsukiji

On my last full day, I went to the Tsukiji – Tokyo’s Central Wholesale Market – early in the morning. Well, this is the last picture from Japan. I also want to thank all of the nice people I met in Japan: Thank you Yae and Sembo, you were wonderful hosts, thank you Joi for...

More on Moblogging Conference 0

More on Moblogging Conference

Justin’s Rehearsing the Future: First International Moblogging Conference Report: But citizens instantly sharing photos is today’s “Ahah” moment for personal digital publishing, guaranteed to attract billions of amateur authors. Kaywa Ltd. is developing a series of moblogging tools for users and businesses; co-founder Roger Fischer’s explained his sense that mobile phone photos will engender enormous...

Some first notes from the Moblogging Conference 0

Some first notes from the Moblogging Conference

The left side of the audience with from left to right Scott S. Fisher, Mizuko Ito, Pete and Joi Ito in the first row My presentation (best viewed with Mozilla Firebird) at the First International Moblogging Conference went fairly well, even though I encountered some connectivity problems. That’s why I finally had to adlib about...

Gen Kanai's party 0

Gen Kanai's party

Gen* made a party tonight. It was at Jake’s place. Thank you both guys – it was great! Next time we make the conference like this (^_^). So yes, it was a lot of fun and I had several interesting discussions with Michiko Nomura (on the left), Carsten Schwesig, Eduardo Sciammarella, Emi Hamano and Charles...