Christmas wishes

A Christmas reindeerThis blog and the blogger are taking a break for Christmas. Back here just in time for the New Year.

Not wholly disconnected, though. I’ll be mobile. Still a fascination for my Nokia N70 and what I can do with it that goes far beyond just making calls.

So I expect to be Lifeblogging photos to my moblog. Reading my RSS feeds with FreeNews, a very neat RSS reader for mobile phones. I’ll be surfing the web with the new Opera Mobile Browser, definitely the best browser for mobiles. Catching up with listening to some podcasts.

And I’ll be spending a bit of time later next week on my new WordPress blog in preparation for the move there.

Most of all, though, now’s the time for family and friends. So I really don’t expect to be spending all the time with things like gadgets.

Unless Santa Claus arrives with something really cool. Like a new iPod, say… 🙂

If Every Day Were ChristmasFinally, do listen to If Every Day Were Christmas, a collaborative song by 32 singers from 9 countries – a group collectively known as Podsafe for Peace – all brought together by the populist phenomenon of podcasting and the desire to pool their talents for a worthy cause (remember Do They Know It’s Christmas and We Are The World 20 years ago?).

The driver behind Podsafe for Peace is Adam Curry; read the press release for the full story.

As this song is podsafe, Shel and I played it as the outro music in show #96 yesterday of FIR:The Hobson & Holtz Report podcast. If you buy this song for just 99 cents US, all proceeds will go to UNICEF, which aids children in need around the world.

Best wishes for Christmas, everyone.

7 thoughts on “Christmas wishes

  1. Podcasting for Peace courtesy of Adam Curry

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