July 22, 2004



I've yet to find a greater purpose for the camera phone, beyond that of pure, stupid, inane human amusement. Perhaps that's all there is, until they start making cams that produce something better than the glaucoma-like photos they currently capture.

But hey, I bought a VHS-to-VHS recorder when they were $700. Got a plasma TV when they were starting at a bajillion dollars. I'm not above a stupid plunge toward new technology before it's been refined for useful or practical purposes.

That said, I've created a new moblog (that's short for mobile camera Web log) with the help of my new friends (read: people who aren't charging for their services) at Text America. Not sure it will even be worth a glance, but like I said, I'm not the most practical man on earth.

Feel free to give mine a peek at Visual Croutons: A Side Salad Moblog. There isn't anything worth looking at beyond a couple test shots of family and friends. I'll post a note here when I think there's anything worth a damn there.

Posted by Jeff at July 22, 2004 12:17 AM

For the longest time I thought "moblog" meant a blog written by a huge group of people... a mob.
I can't have been the only one, can I?
What, again?
Damn it.

Posted by: LeeAnn at July 22, 2004 07:07 PM