Here are a couple of short updates that would interest you.
Carnival of the Mobilists
The Carnival of the Mobilists is hosted this week by Antoine RJ Wright, who wrote a guest post here on the mobile address book a few months back. He does a great job with the carnival, and on his 31st birthday. Happy birthday, Antoine!
Next week, the carnival will be hosted here, right up the alley of the Israel independence day. It should be interesting to see what writers will contribute to the carnival (I already have mine ready, and it will be published tomorrow).
On a different note, I’ve written a post at No Jitter about the ROI (or lack of it) of telepresence. It looks like it’s shaping to be a very controversial post, at least according to the number of comments there after just a single day. If you’re interested in visual communications and telepresence, you might want to head there, read the post and join in on the conversation.
Another telepresence related post of mine just got published on the IMTC blog. It discusses the new IMTC activity group dealing with telepresence.
It might seem like I am two different people from these two posts, but here’s the thing: I like visual communications, I think telepresence is great, but it just needs better implementations and solutions, coupled with a lower price to make any sense.