onsdag den 7. januar 2009

Mobile teknologier

Jacob Vind har i projektet Mobile Probes' wiki samlet en række links til mobile webservices. Spændende - og relevante for biblioteker, både i forhold til teknologisk innovation og som objekter for læringsaktiviteter.

Eksempler på ideer til services:
Kunne biblioteker deltage i noget, der ligner Mosio.com og understøtte brugernes informationskompetence og teknologi-læring?
Kunne biblioteker blive rated på en service som socialight.com og være synlige på where.com/jin ?
Eller kunne biblioteker levere indhold til widsets.com ?
Andre interessante ressourcer:
mpire. A new mobile application from Mpire, a provider of tools and services to help anyone start, run and grow a successful business on eBay, offers on-the-go research that instantly shows how well specific items will sell on eBay. Mpire™ Researcher Mobile, developed for Mpire by mFoundry, a leading mobile application publisher and platform provider, is based on the company’s popular web-based Mpire™ Researcher, and is now available as a free trial.

CellufunMobile Games Community

Friendster. With more than 75 million members worldwide, Friendster is a leading global online social network. Friendster is focused on helping people stay in touch with friends and discover new people and things that are important to them. Online adults, 18 and up, choose Friendster to connect with friends, family, school, social groups, activities and interests. Friendster prides itself in delivering an easy-to-use, friendly and interactive environment where users can easily connect with anyone around the world via http://www.friendster.com/ and m.friendster.com from any Internet-ready mobile device.

Live Journal. LiveJournal is an online journaling community, where people from around the world share stories, discuss topics and keep in touch with friends. It's a free service that you can use for meeting people and creating bonds through writing and sharing.

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