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Random Questions

Because I’ve been thinking about these things…

Does anyone view this site from a mobile 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 photo 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.

Speaking of photos, I now have a camera phone, a Samsung A707 Sync. I’m pretty excited about the Internet access and camera phone capabilities of the phone. It’s no iPhone, 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

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  1. Mike,

    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. 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. 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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