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moblog

(ˈmɒbˌlɒɡ)
n
(Computer Science) a chronicle, which may be shared with others, of someone's thoughts and experiences recorded in the form of mobile phone calls, text messages, and photographs
[C21: mob(ile) + log1]
ˈmobˌlogger n
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The rise of moblogging has seen a proliferation of camera phone images as often these images can evoke much more than words.
As for the technological design, instead of using sensoring technology such as radio frequency identification (RFID), this study is stimulated by Chinnery's (2006) discussion about moblogging. Moblogging uses a cell phone or PDA in the field to post words or pictures to a website, and offers the potential to add authentic and personal visual content.
There are plans to test mobile blogging or "moblogging," for its reliability, usability and utility to ascertain whether it can be a viable means of communication for nomadic teaching students and their mentors.
Na sua interpretação, sites de compartilhamento de fotos são caracterizados por organizar fotos sobre o dia-a-dia de indivíduos, fotoblogs privilegiam um apuro estético maior, como da fotografia tradicional, moblogging é caracterizado pela baixa resolução das fotos tiradas por celular e, finalmente, foto-games são os sites que possibilitam aos usuários que se adicione legendas ou até mesmo a imagem.
What's more, the popularity of location-based services, made-for-mobile--social networks, such as itsmy.com and myGamma, and a host of schemes that encourage moblogging (mobile blogging) and content capture as well as content creation on-the-fly--pave the way for mobile to be the next, and potentially the dominant, form of mass media.