The seventy-sixth edition of the Carnival is now online at Twofones. Like the one led by seventy-six trombones, this is a great parade — this time of the week’s best blogging about mobiles.
Vision Mobile has focused its knowledge, passion and innovation in hosting this week’s Carnival here. Wander down the midway for the top ten blog posts of the week about mobile.
This week’s Carnival, hosted by Martin Sauter, is up and running at Martin’s Mobile Technology Page. As Martin says, introducing the review blog posts: once again, there are great ideas out there on the future of the mobile Internet.
The Carnival is in town and open at Steve Litchfield’s 3-Lib. Drop by to read the best blog posts of the week — and to find out how and when Steve’s website received its “slightly odd” name.
The Carnival is online now at Silicon Valley Himalayan Expedition. Dorrian Porter has done an masterful job of reviewing this week’s best mobile blogging.
Michael Mace has organized a terrific line up of blogging about mobile, hosted on his Mobile Opportunity this week.
This week’s Carnival is now online here at Mobile Marketing & Spam. The week’s best blogging about mobile phones — tech, biz, and more — awaits you there.
The Carnival is now online at Always On Real-Time Access — for which its initials AORTA are fraught with meaning. Check out the Carnival to see how AORTA describes our times.
This week’s Carnival is hosted by Rudy De Waele at m-trends.org. As Rudy mentioned, here at GoldenSwamp I am now coordinating the hosting of future Carnivals. I look forward to being in touch with the bloggers who are telling the world about the transition of communication to mobile devices. This is Rudy’s announcement:
Next week Judy Breck has agreed to host the next Carnival. Send your entries before Friday midnight PST to mobilists AT googlemail DOT com. For detailed instructions and archives about the Carnival of the Mobilists, please visit the mobili.st website.
We are also launching a new round of hosts for future Carnivals. Being a host normally gets you a nice boost in traffic and is a great way to showcase your blog or website to a wider audience. Drop a line to Judy – jbreck AT nyc DOT rr DOT com – and tell her when you CAN’T do one between now and summer. You must have entered the Carnival 3 times to host, but everyone is welcome – new and seasoned veterans alike. What are you waiting for?
See it online now at Software Everywhere—David Beers on Mobile Computing. The Carnival parades the best blog writing of the week from the mobile computer midway.