Always a delight seeing the weekly Carnival of the Mobilists, a collection of mobile-focused writings around the web usually including insight, interviews, and perspectives that sometimes are missed in more mainstream conversations. This week, the 273rd CoM is being hosted at Tego Interactive, and probably is a bit more the mosaic of mobile than in times past. Having already dug into a few of these, I can say that you will definitely be challenged to think more holistically about mobile, and perhaps add your perspective to the voices.
It is always a good thing when the Carnival of the Mobilists (CoM) is published. A collection of the past week’s writings on mobile, the CoM is a chance to spread some of the wealth of thought and application occurring in the mobile space.
This week’s CoM is hosted over at Blog.AntoineRJWright and features pieces on recent stats, user interface/experience with tablets, and several things happening with platforms and carriers.
There’s always room for new contributors – so if you are doing anything related to mobile ministry, here’s a platform to get the word out about another influential area of mobile. Read the submission details and post schedule over at the Carnival of the Mobilists website.
Reading is good for the soul – or something wise like that has been said before (smile). Just a bit of a headsup that the 237th Carnival of the Mobilists is posted at Blog.AntoineRJWright.
There’s another small, but nice collection of posts from around the mobile blogsphere, and as a whole offers something to consider when looking at mobile as something to add or hone as a part of your ministry toolkit (re: strategy and UX are important considerations). Take a read and don’t hesitate to engage the Carnival participants directly for more information around your specific engagement.