KILKENNY -- I have to mention that I have been using a Nokia 9210 for more than two years and that it consistently provides me a quick way to moblog thoughts directly from the street to the Internet. The results certainly look better than John Porcaro's sent from a Pocket PC.When combined with TypePad's two-way comment and trackback features, this form of communication is more resilient than standard e-mail with a much greater reach due to the syndication features on the Web side of the 9210's text. The phone itself has been dropped twice and soaked once in Guinness spilled in a pub. Serious mobloggers should explore this technology because there's none better. Today's tech-dependent activists on the street should look seriously at the 9210i as part of the online arsenal for real-time reportage.
Amit Asaravala -- "Today's tech-dependent activists"
John Porcaro-- "From my Pocket PC"
Sent from The Hibernian Hotel by Nokia 9210i O2 TypePad services.