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KAYWA, Moblogging in the News 0

KAYWA, Moblogging in the News

Le Temps wrote yesterday about KAYWA in it’s article “Que faire avec son téléphone-caméra? Raconter sa vie en direct sur Internet!”. Des Suisses se lancent aussi dans l’aventure. Ainsi, le Zurichois Roger Fischer (http://blog.bitflux.ch/p414…) présentera le 5 juillet à Tokyo, lors de la première Conférence internationale de moblogging, sa plate-forme Kaywa, permettant de mieux organiser...

Cool FOAF idea by Urs 0

Cool FOAF idea by Urs

Urs (pic; blog) posted his Proposal – Postback: posting into others blogs. Very cool idea:) Update:Bernhard delves even deeper into the discussion.

Log Format Roadmap 1

Log Format Roadmap

Sam Ruby started the Log Format Roadmap: This wiki is a vendor-neutral space for agreeing on a new log format that is: 100% vendor neutral, implementable by everybody, anywhere, for any reason freely extensible by anybody, anywhere, for any reason cleanly and thoroughly specified. Here’s the project roadmap: Decide on the conceptual model of a...

Kaywa launches 0

Kaywa launches

It feels good to end our self-inflicted NDA. Kaywa Ltd are the result of a collaboration of switzerland’s weblog pioneers to bring (mo)blogging to the masses. Roger will unveil our tool at the first International Moblogging Conference in Tokyo. Meanwhile, we are getting ready with the public beta of our new product. We will waive...

Nokia and the Semantic Web 0

Nokia and the Semantic Web

Nokia: Nokia’s work on the Semantic Web was started in 1996 and predates the term itself. We have collaborated with the academia and various standards organizations, and contributed to all major Semantic Web standards and specifications. Interesting. Didn’t know about Nokia’s involvement in the Semantic Web. Update:Nokia Semantic Web Server. Via Danny Related: 2nd International...

The Mobinet Index 0

The Mobinet Index

The key findings from the latest Mobinet study of 5,600 mobile phone users in 15 countries: More than 80 percent of mobile phone users in the study were aware of the photo messaging capabilities of today’s mobile phones, and two-thirds said they were willing to pay to utilize those services. Among those under 19 years...

Is this the Future? 0

Is this the Future?

Everyone looking at his/hers mobile phone and moblogging 😉 (Picture from Zak’s beta blog)

Vodafone Live: not conversational enough 0

Vodafone Live: not conversational enough

Great article about the Mobile market from IHT: Vodafone pulls ahead in data race “Vodafone Live puts a great message on top of weak services,” she said in a recent research note, while a competitor, i-mode from NTT DoCoMo Inc., had the opposite problem, getting the services right and the marketing wrong. She said that...

US: 15 Pictures Sent Per Month 0

US: 15 Pictures Sent Per Month

Camera phone stats from Business 2.0 column Since January, T-Mobile users have sent more than 1 million photos to one another. Sprint PCS (PCS) president Len Lauer recently said that camera phone owners send an average of 15 pictures a month. And here is the article: Camera Phones Send a Pretty Picture. Via Werbach