MIR Show – jMac talks to Freddy from Mobixell

Jonathan MacDonald (“jMac”) explores the world of mobile advertising in his 5 episode series on Mobile Industry Review beginning today. Episode one features a discussion with Freddy Friedman, Director of Marketing, Mobile Advertising at Mobixell Networks. I was planning on editing this down to sub 10 minutes — but after watching it through multiple times, […]

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Jonathan MacDonald’s MIR Show takeover

A month back I invited mobile advertising guru Jonathan MacDonald to do a MIR Show ‘takeover’ for a week. I envisioned Jonathan inviting five guests that he really, really rates — connected to the mobile advertising arena — to sit down with him and have a chat on camera. I thought it would be explosive, […]

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More updates to Mobile Industry Review

I had another field-day this evening with sodding cascading style sheets on Mobile Industry Review. Eventually I just stuck in some tables and woosh, it worked. I will arse about with the CSS to try and make it work another time. Here’s the latest update: I’ve split the news stories down the left and made […]

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We’ve done a wee update to MIR

If you’re from Scotland, you say ‘wee’ when you mean ‘little’ in English. It’s just a thing. So we’ve done a wee update to Mobile Industry Review. Have a look and let us know what you think. To set your expectations, it’s not revolutionary. It’s a work in progress. We’ve dumped the scrolling features. Whilst […]

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The MIR Marketplace has £75k for you this week

I hope we’ve got £75k for you. Or a similar amount. I’d like to see if I can make you some money. Read on and I’ll explain. I thoroughly enjoy producing Mobile Industry Review. It’s generally a pleasurable experience, although, inevitably some tasks get a bit annoying now and again. One task that doesn’t ever […]

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MIR Developer Networking Events in London & Paris

That’s right! I’ve been on to DeviceAnywhere and asked if they’d agree to cover the cost of producing a Mobile Industry Review mobile developer networking event both in London and in Paris. Based on good response we’ll aim to do this as part of our European Tour and take the events to other cities across […]

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MIR goes to Val d’Isere, France (and Happy New Year!)

It’s Ewan here. Happy New Year to you! In fact, may your new year be mobilised professionally, efficiently and to your personal fiscal benefit. I have just returned from a semi-refreshing Festive break and Monday the 5th of January is beckoning with a reasonably enthusiastic smile. Over the past few months, I’ve been running around […]

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MIR Twitter update –> Ewan is @ew4n

As per comments in the recent Twitter Debate post, as of today we’re separating the site from the man (me) on our Twitter feed. Most of the followers on our @MIReview Twitter feed do so because they want updates from Mobile Industry Review. Specifically, updates whenever we post an article. You don’t need to know […]

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Mobile Industry Review is the 18th most clipped site

Get in! I only just found this. Back on the 21st of November, the chaps at UKNetMonitor put together an analysis of the sites that they believe to be ‘relevant, significant and influential’ in the context of the news clipping and monitoring that they do for their clients. They ended up with 100 sites that […]

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The MIR Annual 2008 – coming soon to bookshops

We have officially begun the task of collating the MIR Annual 2008. If you recall we did the SMS Text News Annual last year — and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing an array of our content in print. This year we’re doing it again, only this time, we’re changing the format slightly. First of all, we’re […]

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MIR iPhone Application update

The MIR iPhone application is cominatcha shortly. Our developer, Pavel, has submitted it to the App Store and we’re waiting to hear when it will go live. I’ll keep you updated…

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13 months on Twitter – A MIR Reader’s response to my request for help

Last week I posted a note about Twitter (“My Arse With Twitter“). In the piece, I set out quite a few examples of why I thought the service wasn’t entirely useful to me. There are total gems — now and again — amongst the rubbish conversations. What to do? How do other people use Twitter? […]