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Mobile PittState - How We Did It With No Money or Resources

Mobile PittState – How We Did It With No Money or Resources

I promised a followup to the mobile site roundup, and by jimminy I deliver. If you follow me on Twitter, you’ve probably caught wind of the release of Pittsburg State University’s new mobile web site. This has been a big step for us for a number of reasons. Our deployment isn’t perfect, we aren’t as [...]

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Best of the Mobile Higher Ed Web

Best of the Mobile Higher Ed Web

One by one, colleges and universities are taking the next step in web development and moving towards addressing mobile needs. The mobile based web has already begun its move to create another technological generation. In this way, the Internet (as a proper noun), has truly become a force of nature. Its ubiquitous nature is an [...]

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Mobile Analytics Revisited (Have You Been Keeping Up?)

Mobile Analytics Revisited (Have You Been Keeping Up?)

This past March, I wrote a tutorial that described some techniques of measuring mobile traffic in Google Analytics.  Believe it or not, you can’t just set that kind of stuff and forget it.  In just the eight months since then, the topography of the mobile landscape has changed, and I wanted to share some changes [...]

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Review: MobileEducator iPhone Application and CMS

Review: MobileEducator iPhone Application and CMS

Last week I was contacted by @lisakribs about a new piece of software her company is developing called MobileEducator, designed for colleges and universities to enable low cost entry into the mobile arena.  The software looked fairly neat, and I thought it might be something that plenty of our readers might see value in, so [...]

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Mobile Analytics: The Neglected Mutant Step Child

Mobile Analytics: The Neglected Mutant Step Child

How many iPhones visited your site yesterday?  Can you tell me?  Could you get it set up if you needed to?  At many universities, concerns about the usage of mobile devices (i.e. PDAs and smart phones) are increasing with respect to their web sites.  Are they meeting the needs of the users?  Can the users [...]

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Forget Smartphone Applications, Just Build for the Web

A recent article in InformationWeek drew my attention as being worth a second look, Think Beyond Basic Apps For Smartphones.  The juice of the article discussing developers spending more time designing applications for smartphones beyond the basic email, calendar, and other basic applications.  The article did a good job of presenting the facts and building [...]

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The Future is Here: Internet TV and Wireless Radio have Arrived

Online Video Don’t believe me that Internet TV has crossed the threshold to be a viable option? Check out this video that I put together showing the new MLB.TV Mosaic application.

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Links of the Week Feb 1st, 2008

Here’s the weekly wrap-up of worthly tech news and a few extra tidbits. Lots of great news and articles this week! By far the biggest news of the week just happened this morning with Microsoft agreeing to buy Yahoo (links below). I’ve been telling people for the last month now that Yahoo was the perfect [...]

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Links of the Week Jan 25th, 2008

Here’s the weekly wrap-up of worthly tech news and a few extra tidbits.  Enjoy!

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Prediction 2008 The year of the Mobile phone

Ok so maybe you are one of the people who see mobile making amazing strides in 2008 and simply think well duh, of course 2008 is the year of the cell phone. Look at all the big things that have happened and are about to happen to really push the envelope. Hopefully you have seen [...]

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