I am pleased to announce the integration of Shozu into moblogUK. A “Get Shozu” link is now available to all site members via their profile page, linking to the dedicated moblogUK download page at Shozu.com, here: moblogUK and Shozu.
This integration allows moblogUK members to easily upload their phone generated content to their own moblog as well as shared moblogs, including tags.
Quite sad to see, but hopefully Mojungle having received no bids on the company at all so far will mean that they’ll try something else; perhaps even finding time to keep at it in their spare time, as it’s a product that many people are finding useful. Who knows, maybe we’ll see activity in the last 3 days.
Derek Torres and Stuart Mudie are set to release The Unofficial Guide to Windows Vista from Wiley publishers. Their book is a warts-and-all look at the upcoming release. They’ve asked if they could blog here for a post about one particular feature that might interest readers of al4ie.com
So, take it away!
First and foremost, I’d like to thank Alfie for graciously letting us squat some space on his blog. Rather than bore readers by discussing the new Windows Vista operating system, I’d like to spend some time chatting about some of the pretty cool stuff that Windows Vista can do with Xbox 360.
First off, MASSIVE thanks to Joe from Collective Leeds in helping me get my database sorted, this is why I have been absent from blogging for this last week. Top man Joe, thanks dude.
Girls Aloud have started their own moblog with us at moblogUK, as with many other bands using the site, they are snapping their own pics using phones from Sony Ericsson, as well as asking fans to send in pics they’ve snapped throughout the last 4 years of their life as a band.
We are really pleased to welcome Girls Aloud to the moblogUK community, it demonstrates that moblogging is something which has a real practical value to everyone, and is incredibly simple to start doing.
this image was originally posted to moblog.co.uk by user anonymous
The ever industrious and talented Justin of Buddyping has been testing a new build of his Buddyping service. The buddyping service is remarkably simple for what it does. So what does it do?
The inimitably odd stylings of the brothers McLeod offer us Spamland episode 2. If you havn’t heard of this animation yet, imagine the weirdest most lyrical spam you’ve ever read in distracted fascination crossed with somehow quite *disturbing* animation and you’re somewhere approaching. Go. Watch.
Oh.My.God. This is Tong in hospital in the states, MOBLOGGING from his hospital bed. This is what is amazing about bands moblogging properly, their fans actually know what’s happening in their lives *right now*.
Already, because of the massive senate and house win for the democrats, we are seeing a high profile casualty, the petrifying ‘Jesus Camp’. Read below for more details:
“The summer camp featured in the documentary “Jesus Camp,” which includes scenes with disgraced preacher Ted Haggard, will shut down for at least several years because of negative reaction sparked by the film, according to the camp’s director.
“Right now we’re just not a safe ministry,” Becky Fischer, the fiery Pentecostal pastor featured in “Jesus Camp,” said Tuesday.”.
Jesus Camp To Close After Pastor’s Gay Sex Scandal… | The Huffington Post
Van Leo Collection, Rare Books and Special Collections Library, The American University in Cairo
moblogUK has joined with Brighton Photo Biennial 2006 to present a new project encouraging anyone and everyone to submit their own cameraphone pictures, video or audio.
Australian rock band currently storming the UK and US charts,Wolfmother are keeping a moblog tour diary at www.jokerandthethief.com, documenting their gigs and behind stage antics with Sony Ericsson W810i’s. The phones will then be personalised by the band and given away as prizes to the 2 best images or videos sent in to their moblog by fans.
this media was originally posted to moblog.co.uk by user anonymous