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Blog from your PDA

Images-1-4 I need to dust off my Pocket PC and try this out (blog companies could sell refurb’ed PDAs just for blogging)- Pocket Blog extends your weblog to any Pocket PC device. Weblog entries are maintained offline. When Internet connectivity becomes available, such as when your Pocket PC is placed in it’s docking cradle or a WiFi card is inserted, changes are automatically posted to your weblog. Pocket Blog also downloads recent weblog entries, enabling you to edit entries that were originally posted from your desktop. [via] Link.

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  1. Hey Phillip:

    I’ve been randomly updating my blog (TechgnosisWeb) from my iPaq 2215 for a while now, and PocketBlog was the first app I found, but it hasn’t been updated since 2002 and it shows. I’ve long since switched to Pocket SharpMT, which is regularly updated and maintaned and is much more full-featured and easy to use, at least for me. If you’ve been playing with PocketBlog, I highly reccomend you check out Pocket SharpMT, it’s free too, and good stuff.

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