Moblogs, or remote blogs, are currently sweeping through the blogging community. In order for my blog to be as new and fresh as possible, I thought it was only fitting that I jump on the bandwagon and install my very own moblog. As you’ll notice along the right of the blog, as of today, June 29, 2004, I now have a link to my very own moblog. The way moblogs usually work is in the following way: a person with a camera-equipped cell phone takes a picture with the camera, and then uploads the picture to their moblog by sending it through email on their cell phone. I’m going to operate my moblog a little differently, however, in that I am going to be posting various digital camera images that I have taken during the past 2 and a half years of owning a digital camera. I’ll also probably use my moblog to upload various TV screen captures as well.
My goal is to feature at least one new picture on the moblog every day, but I’m not entirely sure if this will happen. I do know, however, that I would like to update my moblog more frequently than I do my regular blog.
So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and click on the link to go to my moblog now! Poke around at it for a little bit. If you’d like to comment on any of the images on the moblog, you’ll have to sign-up for a free account at Textamerica; doing so is very easy, though. Your account will allow to create your very own moblog, but you’re under no obligation to do so. Creating a moblog is also very easy, and contrary to popular belief, you do not need to own a camera-equipped cell phone to have a moblog.