Blogo-rama: Philippine Mobile blog service means cell bloging now to be mainstream

June 20, 2006 at 10:40 pm 1 comment

Press Release says it all below – Now: If Filipino's take to blogging the way they did to text messaging. WOW! Look out blogspace! Eto na po kami! Because 80 million people from 7,700 islands of blogs are about to be set lose in cyberspace via a new mobile blogging service that will I am sure be historic. Photo and Movie blogs –  Gossip and Political blogs as well without the need for a PC or web connection other than a cell phone, I think free speech will roll on in ways the world will be surprised to see….  I just hope the owners of the telco's keep it cheap enough and not make the same over priced rate decision they made with mobile data and MMS photo messaging. Volume: will be the key to profits.  So if people can blog  even ten percent of  the load of SMS messaging that still 1.2 million blogs a day!  mind boggling as it  sounds  for people who have  ten  percent of the population over seas the long blogs  will be a great way for parents to keep in touch with kids and people to talk in detail as well.  For farmers to ask long questions about crops and activists to say  all that ailes them for all the world to see all from the point of where they are…  Ah…  Nokia lifeblog better add  another  100 terrabites of server storage quick!  (and that'll be just for  high school slam books!)

Globe Telecom to offer blogging services with Nokia Nseries devices

(Nordic Business Report Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge) Finnish telecomms solutions provider Nokia said on Tuesday (20 June) that Globe Telecom, a telecomms operator based in the Philippines, is the first operator in the world to offer its customers a fully integrated mobile online sharing experience with the newest compatible Nokia Nseries multimedia computers.Globe customers can now upload their photos and video clips directly from their compatible Nokia Nseries device to G-Blogs, Globe's mobile blogging service.
The first devices to support this feature are the Nokia N93 and Nokia N73 multimedia computers. Globe customers can also post entries to G-Blogs directly through Nokia Lifeblog.
Nokia Lifeblog is available on all Nokia Nseries devices and other Nokia devices such as the Nokia 3230, 7610, 6680, 6681, 6630 and 6260.


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. mikeinmanila  |  June 20, 2006 at 10:53 pm

    the font is correct- thats how crowded I expect it to be!


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