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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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(82) Clotilde Dusoulier, Clotilde's Moblog, <http://chocolateandzucchini.com/ moblog/> (13 October 2009).
First the flash mobs, and now an apparently sophisticated real-time moblog aggregator spoof.
For the time being, it's free to use a 20six weblog as a 'moblog' (a 'mobile weblog') for photos taken on your camera phone.
Dennen, who helped create Moblog which encourages people to upload pictures and videos from their camera phones, believes anyone can get involved in ethical internet campaigns..
[Mark Federman, who was quoted in "The Medium is the Moblog" by Gary Mielo in the January 2005 ETC, sent the following e-mail response to the author.]
Reiter adds that cellular operators are looking intently at the moblog business, because they offer online photo albums.
And as it turns out, the "low fidelity" of moblog images is precisely their point.
While reporters moblog their information, educators weblog with their students, providing updated news, information, opinions, and articles of interest.
In addition, Flickr allows users to post photos to blogs and currently supports posting to Blogger, Typepad, Movable Type, LiveJournal, Manila, Atom-enabled blogs, Blogger API-enabled blogs, and Meta Weblog API-enabled blogs, or users are encouraged to create a Flickr moblog. Flickr is designed to be fully customizable, so users can establish the levels of privacy, involvement, chat, contact, or even copyright that works best for them.
On my MOBlog, I uploaded a picture of my vegetable garden and noted how something had eaten the leaves of my green bean plants.
358) distinguish among them: "[...] a wide range of online, word-of-mouth forums including blogs, company-sponsored discussion boards and chat rooms, consumer-to-consumer email, consumer product or service ratings websites and forums, Internet discussion boards and forums, moblogs (sites containing digital audio, images, movies, or photographs), and social networking websites [...]".