My interview on mobiledivide

My friend Serko just launched a new project called mobiledivide and I’m honored to have been interviewed as his inaugural subject … check it out (now embedded) and be sure to stay tuned for more great stuff!

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5 Replies to “My interview on mobiledivide”

  1. Cool!

    Yep, I don't get what is(n't) happening with Jaiku either.

    BTW – iPhone in the UK ships from O2 with unlimited data plans. It's fantastic and I save a lot of money compared to when I ran a Nokia device on Orange.

  2. Thanks Hugh! The iphone is definitely shaking things up in a good way … people need to take it more seriously given the new rules Apple is playing by.

  3. I enjoyed this interview and the question towards the end implying that more sophisticated European and Asian users tend to use data services more often than US users (who I have heard many commentators say tend to use more ubiquitous wifi more often) and are therefore billed for data usage rather than having unlimited plans.

    Jaiku's lack of more substantial progress is disappointing. I was expecting Jaiku to be integrated into Android's contact management app when it launched but it seems to be languishing in the background a bit. I still think it is ahead of other microblogging services (in fact I see Jaiku as one of the few true microblogging services – Twitter, Identi.ca and the like aren't really microblogging services, more like status update services) but it isn't being used to its potential.

  4. I enjoyed this interview and the question towards the end implying that more sophisticated European and Asian users tend to use data services more often than US users (who I have heard many commentators say tend to use more ubiquitous wifi more often) and are therefore billed for data usage rather than having unlimited plans.

    Jaiku's lack of more substantial progress is disappointing. I was expecting Jaiku to be integrated into Android's contact management app when it launched but it seems to be languishing in the background a bit. I still think it is ahead of other microblogging services (in fact I see Jaiku as one of the few true microblogging services – Twitter, Identi.ca and the like aren't really microblogging services, more like status update services) but it isn't being used to its potential.

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