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Now, The BBC Promotes Mobile Blogging

The BBC has run an article about mobile weblog writing. This has resulted in another round of attention from webloggers, like CTDATA and Slashdot.

You have to marvel at the white-hot nature of this technology concept, when so many major sites are willing to give attention to software in such early stages of development.

For what it's worth (FWIW), the first article posted on CTDATA.com from a mobile device appeared on March 5, 2002. This goes to show you that the traditional editing interfaces for weblogs have been available to mobile users for a long time. The technology to connect to websites from cellphones has existed since CDPD-enabled phones and micro web browsers debuted a long time ago.

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