On this blog I will be sharing with you tips and methods of using an iPhone in Thailand. I am not pretending to be an expert, but I hope that from my personal experience of using an iPhone for my work and pleasure you might gain some knowledge. As well as reviewing apps that I use, I will also post about accessories and also the latest news from around the world.
I run an Internet company called Paknam Web in Samut Prakan, Thailand. We have online shops, guidebooks and news magazines. I am also photojournalist for a local Thai newspaper. Some pictures will be general interest while others will be taken at news events or during research for one of our guidebook websites.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mobile blogging (moblogging) is a form of blogging in which the author publishes blog entries directly to the web from a mobile phone or other handheld device. A moblog helps habitual bloggers to post write-ups directly from their phones even when on the move. Mobile blogging is popular among people with camera-equipped phones which allow them to e-mail/MMS or SMS photos and video that then appear as entries on a web site, or to use mobile browsers to publish content directly to any blogging platform with Mobile Posting compatibility.
Moblogging is particularly helpful to tourists and travellers when access to a computer with Internet connection may be difficult. The traveller can snap photos and with a GPRS or a WAP-enabled phone can easily upload such pictures with text descriptions directly to his or her blog. This requires a suitable blogging platform or website with necessary plugins or features capable of receiving such emails and also posting them to the website.
A moblog platform offers the capability to use a phone for administration, editing and writing from the phone or smartphone browser.