Become Part of the Technorati Over 3,000,000 weblogs are tracked by this site which offers realtime stats on what’s being discussed on the internet based on user searches. It’s another way of searching for news in addition to Google with more of a weblog focus. You can add your weblog to the index of sites […]
Microsoft tutorials for Windows Mobile 2003 SE Thanks to Jerome at iPAQabilities for this link to downloadable tutorial for Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition. You can download the tutorial to your device for animations and text that will show you how to get the most from your hardware. To see if your device has the […]
Bout it, Bout it: About.com Palmtops and PDAs? I frequently get Google alerts that refer me to this website and I’ve often wondered how recent the articles were. Well, it turns out that the site features a weblog on PDA news and articles with enough content to keep both novice and expert satisfied. The site […]
Palm to Use the Pocket PC OS? Perhaps Not So Far-fetched After All Happy return from the Thanksgiving holidays. I trust that your Thanksgiving was safe and enjoyable. This article clears up some of the rumors about PalmOne (the Palm OS-based hardware side of the business) ditching the Palm OS in favor of Windows Mobile […]
Smallest Pocket PC Phone Introduced by T-Mobile The MDA Compact combines PDA functionality with the smallest form factor yet to be seen in a Windows Mobile Pocket PC device. This initial article from PDAgold.com is just a preview of a more in depth review but even without WiFi, this device looks like something that might […]
Making the Case for Convergence With all the talk about smart phones and PDA phones it’s easy to get confused or wonder what all the fuss is really about. How is one type of phone different from the other and why does it even matter. Most folks are probably happy with their current mobile phone […]
Are PDA Manufacturers Keeping Up with the Voice of the Customer? Here’s an editorial from BargainPDA that suggests that the needs of the community are simply not being met.
And While We’re Talking About Money and Weblogs… Here’s a weblog about business opportunities–it’s called, surprise–The Business Opportunities Weblog A few quotes from the About section of the site: The Business Opportunities Weblog is a moderated list of legitimate of business opportunities for entrepreneurs. Its presented like a weblog with chronological archives and extensive outbound […]
What do Billionaires Blog About? Ask Mark Cuban. Mark Cuban has a weblog and he let’s you in on everything. From his criticisms of refererees during Mavericks games to his comments about HDNet TV or the Benefactor television show or even general comments on what it takes to succeed, you get it all and in […]
OJR article: Journos and Bloggers: Can Both Survive? More on this topic from the Online Journalism Review as a result of Staci Kramer’s attendance at BloggerCon III, a conference for those most passionate about weblogging. There’s an annual blogger conference? And this is the third one? Scary.