LifeDrive and the mobile web

As I continue to use uBlog, it becomes clear that it is the current winner in the race to be the “mobile blogging software of choice” for the LifeDrive. It doesn’t crash (!), actually creates properly formatted WordPress posts (the trick was to connect to the WordPress blog in “Moveable type” format – “blogger” format didn’t create proper titles that wordpress recognized), supports WP categories, and is quick to use.

It’s funny that since I started “moblogging” I have posted more in the last three days than I had in the last 3 weeks, but all the posts so far have been about blogging. Could blogging about blogging be called “metablogging”?

Anyway, another neat thing I just started using on the LifeDrive is Opera Mini 4. This is another piece of software that doesn’t crash all the time (which is a huge improvement over the rather buggy previous version), which is amazing in and of itself. They seem to be catering it quite a bit more toward cellphones, which makes sense, but for some reason that means disabling the “hide onscreen keyboard” button on the LifeDrive. It’s not that it’s greyed out (which it is in uBlog, much to my chagrin), it’s that if you click on it it gives a “throwable” exception and crashes opera. Wonderful. Other than this, the program works great, and the RSS reader and “page overview” features alone make it by far the best mobile web browser

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As I’ve said lately, it’s “almost awesome”. Still beats the iPod/iPhone though (the LifeDrive has a touch interface AND the ability to attach a real keyboard)…