Would you like to go to the world famous music festival, Glastonbury? Well, Orange are sponsoring it and there’s an opportunity for you to win 2 tickets. All you need to do is Tweet your idea for a really cool mobile application for the event, to Conor from Orange — and if he likes your […]
This week we talk about unlimited drinks Dublin, review the kit that the mobile geek at Glastonbury used (that’s James by the way), talk about Flirtomatic’s move into the German market, Ewan’s ‘mobile hell hole post’ and our favourite new things in the regular ‘things of the week’ slot.
…oh and one other thing too… what was that now…?
A ditty, while I write the main review… So off I went to Glastonbury; all my gadgets in tow. With all the kit I was packing, I had a confident glow. And yet something seemed to be nagging, this voice inside my head. It wouldnâ€™t stop, nor would it cease… and this is what is […]
Evening readers, Whatley here, writing this on my laptop en route to Pilton for the festival that is known as Glastonbury. As you know from my last post, the multitude of tools available to the modern day, festival going mobile geek really is quite something… So here, for your pleasure, is a quick rundown of […]
News just in from the guys at Moblog about their mobile blogging platform which is driving a great initiative by Greenpeace, Oxfam and Water Aid intended to make sure Glastonbury farm (yes, it’s a real farm with real cows and stuff) is back in a working state as soon as possible: the Leave No Trace […]
This week Ewan’s still on his desert island but has managed to send us an update anyway. Ben, James and Dan discuss the launch of Nokia’s E71, Dan’s self-build phone, James’ upcoming Glastonbury trip, Canadian mobile data, proposals for incoming call charges by an EU commissioner, Unlimited Drinks Dublin as well as the usual shouts and ‘things of the week’.
Greetings readers, your friendly neighbourhood Whatley here; While some of us are off gallivanting around the Maldives… sorry, ahem… A DESERT ISLAND …other bloggers, like myself, have to make do with the festival season to amuse themselves here back in the UK. And what better festival other than the Mother of all festivals: Glastonbury! 🙂 […]