Category Archives: PhoneBlogger


By | November 6, 2005

I haven’t posted about PhoneBlogger in quite a while, but I’m thinking about updating and enhancing some of the code. A lot has happened in the audio/phone blogging world since I announced PhoneBlogger January 9, 2003, and posted the PhoneBlogger source code on SourceForge. One new buzzword is mobcasting. The Wikipedia page on mobcasting quotes… Read More »

By | April 27, 2004

There’s a new audioblogging service in town, although is currently only in beta. So far, the service supports MovableType, TypePad, Blogger, and LiveJournal blogs. One cool aspect of is that in addition to audioblogging by phone, you can audioblog from any computer with a microphone and a Flash-enabled web browser. Also, it looks… Read More »

PhoneBlogger and Radio

By | April 18, 2004

So, for any of you stopping by my blog because Dave Winer linked to it on, just a heads up that PhoneBlogger doesn’t yet support Radio. However, if anyone is interested in adding support for Radio, I would appreciate the help. PhoneBlogger is already modularized to support the differences between Movable Type and Blogger,… Read More »

Post from PhoneBlogger

By | November 16, 2003

This post was created with PhoneBlogger. Click to listen to the recorded message. This is the final test run (hopefully) of PhoneBlogger before the 0.2 release.

SacBee on Moblogging

By | September 3, 2003

The Sacramento Bee ran an article this week by Rachel Leibrock on moblogging. She interviewed me by email for the story. “Moblogging is still in a very early growth stage, mainly due to a general lack of awareness of the power of technology and a lack of access to the necessary tools,” explains Oakland-based software… Read More »

HP mpulse Article on Moblogging

By | August 6, 2003

m-pulse / a cooltown magazine / Blogging Goes Mobile Amy Cowen wrote a great article on moblogging for the August 2003 issue of mpulse, the HP Labs cooltown magazine. I remember reading about cooltown a few years ago when HP first announced the initiative. As the economy turned down and out, I had assumed that… Read More »