OK, Netnewswire is getting jam-packed with tabs, so time to rid myself of things I planned to write about but will obviously never get round to:
- Write-up of a US MoMo meeting themed around search;
- Russ on a few things, casual multiplayer games about them: "I wonder if anyone’s made a multi-player Suduko yet?". No comment ;)
- The Apple remote; very interesting, one of the things I've been waiting for for a while now. As Apple embed themselves deeper and deeper into the living room, this becomes ever more important.
- Splashpower; I've said it before - power distribution is one of those areas where we're due a revolution, which'll undermine so many of the assumptions which underpin the design of consumer electronics.
- Shozu is fab - great for impulse-posting of photos. An operator should release it to one of their heavy data use customer segments, with each photo being 400k it'll make a big difference to traffic. Shame my 6680 keeps running out of bloody memory - 30% of the time when I take a photo it refuses to save it nowadays, which is completely unacceptable. Time to upgrade I guess...
- Should calendars online look like calendars offline?
- Transcoding web sites to WAP isn't a panacea. Nope - the things you want to put onto mobile in the first place are different. It's not just a question of fooling with the markup.
- 10 reasons to publish to mobile
- An excellent Qualcomm paper debunking WiMax as a competitor to existing mobile networks.
- The ITV MobZine I wrote about a while back is an excellent application, but I disabled mine after getting fed up of it waking me in the morning and disturbing me in the afternoon.
- What clients want.