Random Questions

posted in: Blogging, Personal, Photography, Tech 3 |
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Because I’ve been thinking about these things…

Does anyone view this site from a device? Would it be worth it to try and create a mobile feed, or does the Feedburner feed work well enough in a mobile device? If not, any suggestions on a mobile feed service that won’t add advertising and doesn’t just suck?

Douglas Welch sent me a link to BlogDay, coming up this Friday. I’ll actually be traveling that day, and may not get to post my 5 recommendations for new blogs, but I’m curious about your recommendations. Leave a comment and tell me about a new blog, or blogs, even if it’s yours!

Does anyone out there have a contract template for selling photographs? I’ve been approached by a couple of folks about using some of my photographs, and thus far I’ve simply been letting them use it in exchange for a credit. At this point in my life, I’m not that interested in being a commercial photographer, but as these credits add up, and become part of a portfolio of work, I might reconsider that. I’ll have more details on where my photos might be appearing when I get verification.

of photos, I now have a camera phone, a Samsung A707 Sync. I’m pretty excited about the access and camera phone capabilities of the phone. It’s no , but then again, it cost me $50. 🙂

Anyway, if anyone has suggestions for me, leave a comment!

Technorati Tags: Feedburner, MobileFeeds, BlogDay, DouglasWelch, Photography, Portfolio, SamsungSync

3 Responses

  1. Anonymous
    | Reply


    Just wanted to let you know that I subscribe via Bloglines – and read it on my ATT 8525. I know that doesn’t answer your questions, but throught it worth passing along

  2. Mike McBride
    | Reply

    Actually that does help. One way of thinking is that, if everyone’s already getting the feed through Mobile bloglines or Mobile Google Reader, why bother putting in the work? 🙂

  3. Aaron B. Hockley
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    I read your feed via Google Reader, either from my desktop (Firefox) or on my Blackberry. Works fine there. I generally don’t reply/comment from the Blackberry, instead I tag things for later response. I wouldn’t spend time on a mobile interface if I were you… your existing setup works fine for me to read on the go.

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