I added a mologogo map on the side of my blog. If I am out and about with my pocket pc 6700 with my GPS running, it should update where am, good for all you stalkers out there.
Well, I sold pocketblogger.net this weekend. I had a good offer, and I took the guy up on it. I havent done much with the site in a while, but it was still getting good traffic, etc. I still have the program/code (I didnt sell that, just the domain and website currently there) – so i might just create a subdomain on stevienova – pb.stevienova.com or something, we’ll see 🙂
For my birthday, I got Microsoft Streets and Trips 2006 with GPS Locator and I also then bought a Pharos Bluetooth GPS Dock to use with my Sprint Audiovox PPC 6700. I tested it out yesterday and it works great. Now I have GPS location capablities with my phone, in my car, etc. My next step is to write an app for the phone to save up the coordinates to a web service, and map it out, so I can track where I have been, my routes, etc. I can also have a “Where is Steve?” page 🙂
Changes in version 1.1
* ability to save username/password
* ability to paste into entry screens
* get recent posts (title and date) and then edit and delete
paste function will paste over everything written in entry box, so it would be best to write your whole entry in another text editor if you want to go that route.
saving username/password should work, if you are having issues with that, let me know and I can look into it. the program will connect to web on start and exit to save password locally encrypted.
still no setup program, but two dll files have been added, so you need to copy the exe and the 2 dll’s to the folder of your choice on your PPC for pocket blogger to work…
Well, the last few weeks, I have been working on a new application…PocketBlogger.
I posted awhile ago that I wanted to post to blogger from my phone, well, I went ahead and made an application. I have created a website for it
If you have a PocketPC and a Blogger.com Blog, and want to try it out, go for it. Donations are gladly accepted, and any feedback or feature requests are gladly welcomed!!
If you do try it and have any problems getting it going, please let me know.
I wish things were more standardized between Windows OS’s (XP, Server, Mobile). It would make things alot easier.
I am off to Detroit for work on Monday-Wednesday night. Maybe I’ll run into Eminem.
Yesterday, I installed Microsoft Voice Command 1.5 (5 Day Trial). This is some cool software. I loaded it on my Audiovox 6601, and started using it.
“What is my battery level?” I say, and it responds: “The battery level is 79%”
“What is my signal stength?” I say, and it responds: “The signal strength is 100%”
You can open applications, call people, view contact, start media playing, etc, etc. My only wish is that it would do more! This is the future of computing, in my opinion. If you have a pocket PC or a Windows Mobile device, you should check it out.
Woah man, I just got my Audiovox 6601 today. I am like in geek heaven. Pocket PC 2003 mobile edition, Sprint Phone…Always connected…
I was in the salon getting my hair cut/highlighted and i was under the dryer…chatting with two friends on MSN Messenger. What a trip!!!
Wireless activesync with outlook web/exchange server!!
Windows Media Player, IE – this thing is like a laptop in the palm of your hand!!!
128 MB of ram! Wow I am just out of my gourd here….
So …I am wondering, what is the best RSS reader for pocket pc (Scoble help me out please!)? Anybody know about a good vpn client (cisco vpn?)??
I need to get a wi-fi card for this thing too, I will be livin and rockin..
If i could install visual studio and sql server on this i wouldnt need a laptop!
I am literally dancin around my desk on this one…
Flip out keyboard underneath…check it out-
Sprint PCS has something called an “Aircard” that you can buy. It isn’t a phone, but it is a PCIMCA card that you can use in your laptop. Anywhere you can get Sprint coverage, you can connect to the internet at decent speeds (60-120k). It is a an awesome tool if you are traveling with people and you need to connect to the net, or if you are somewhere out and you need to get connected. I use it to connect to VPN and do work from restaurants, etc. It is such a timesaver. I think unlimited usage is like 80 dollars a month. If you haven’t checked out these aircards, I would suggest you do. There are some different brands, Novatel has worked great for me, there is Yiso and and some others. I take that and my wi-fi card with me and I am set. You can also use it with a cradle with a pocket pc and you are connected, using MSN Messenger, Internet, etc. It is awesome!
Check it out