I was just thinking about my favorite television commercial of all time.Â The title of the 1971 Coca-Cola advertisement is â€œIâ€™d Like To Teach The World To Singâ€.Â
Click Here to watch it now.
To read a college level essay I wrote about this landmark production, Click Here.
This is a follow up to my article entitled â€œPut On Your Bible Beltâ€.Â Click Here to Read Previous Article.
I am happy to report that there is a wonderful online Holy Bible that is completely accessible with Mobile Speak for Smart Phones.
From this site you may read or search the World English, King James, New International, and American Standard version of the Holy Bible in multiple languages.
No software download required.Â Â Â
Please note that, unlike many WAP sites, you can only access this service from your mobile phone.Â
From your mobile device, go to:
Enjoy and God Bless,
Want the power of WikiPedia on your Smart Phone?Â
Allow me to introduce WAP Pedia.Â WAP (Wireless Access Point) Pedia is an excellent mobile front end interface to WikiPedia.Â
For those who may not know, WikiPedia is a free online encyclopedia.Â
After opening the encyclopedia in your mobile browser, simply enter the search term in the edit field and click the GO button.
Believe me when I tell you that the combination of technology and human intellect doesnâ€™t get any better than this.Â (Smile)
Click Here to get started:
Would you like to have a free world class English dictionary and thesaurus on your mobile phone?
Not only can you look up definitions, you can also have this dictionary translate the word in to six foreign languages.
After opening the dictionary in your mobile web browser, simply enter the word into the edit field, choose whether or not to perform a language translation, and click the OK button.
Be assured that there is no selling on this text based hyperlink version of the site.
From your mobile device, go to:
Please note that the standard computer resolution version of Look Way Up.com (www.lookwayup.com) employs a great deal of graphics and advertisements.
Do you want a new drug?
Through the magic of the Internet, Google, and Web M.D.com, you can searchÂ for prescription,Â nonprescription and generic drugs from the comfort of your mobile phone.Â
Learn about usage, dosage, side effects, and much, much more by simply entering either the brand or generic name into the search edit field.
It is all there, waiting for you and, best of all, the information is completely free.Â Further, rest assured that there is no selling on this text based hyperlink version of the site.
To begin your search, Click Here.
Please note that the standard computer resolution version of Web M.D. (www.webmd.com) employs a great deal of graphics, advertisements, and at the time of this writing, is not mobile browser accessible for either sighted or non-sighted searchers.Â
Want to know how many calories are in the food you are about to order at your favorite restaurant or coffeehouse?Â
Search from thousands of different fast food, brand name and generic foods to get instant information on calories, carbohydrates, proteins, sugars and other nutrients, for free.
You can even search by restaurant names.
You can doÂ this and much, much more all from the comfort of your mobile Smart Phone browser, SMS text message interface, or desktop computer.
From your mobile phoneâ€™s browser go to:
From your computer go to:
Please note that you can setup the optional text messaging search & answer feature from the standard version of the website on your desktop computer, only.
Do you wish your favorite websites had a mobile friendly version that you could use on your mobile phone?Â
Even though mobile devices are outnumbering computers and are able to browse the web, many websites do not have a mobile friendly version available.Â
Viewing a standard resolution, graphics-heavy site on your mobile phone is often not a satisfying experience as it will most likely take a very long time to download, display, and navigate.
Luckily, there is a free online utility that can convert a standard website into a mobile friendly version without the website owner having to do anything to the site.
Thus, until your favorites sites have been updated so as to automatically detect a mobile phone connection that will signal the site to beam over a mobile optimized version, you may use a rather nifty service from Google to convert the site for you.
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I hope you enjoy this 50 minute Pod Cast in which I interview Ms. Roselle Ambubuyog, Code Factoryâ€™s Mobile Speak, for Windows Mobile, product manager.
Code Factory is the developer of Mobile Speak, the worldâ€™s leading screen reading, screen magnification, and Braille interface program for mobile devices.Â It provides accessibility to blind and low vision users of wireless products such as cell phones and pocket PCs.
In this interview, Roselle officially announces and describes Code Factoryâ€™s new Windows Mobile GPS application, compares and contrasts Windows Mobile Smart Phones, Symbian, and Pocket PC devices, describe how to electronically display CDMA device I.D. numbers using MSS, defines the purpose of the Code Factory BLOG, discusses Code Factoryâ€™s support channels and policies and much, much more.Â Â
Learn all about Code Factory at: http://www.codefactory.es/
You may contact Roselle at either email@example.com or
Episode 29: An Interview with Roselle Ambubuyog
Is today your lucky day?
Use your mobile phone to get todayâ€™s lottery results, instantly.
From your mobile phone Web browser:
After the page opens, select a state or region.Â This can be done by pressing the phoneâ€™s [ENTER] key on the selection field; a list box will open.Â Choose the state or region.Â The list box will close.
Press the Down Arrow on the phone until you land on the â€œGet Resultsâ€ button.
Finally press the [ENTER] Key.Â Todayâ€™s lottery results will be displayed for the state or region you selected.
This isÂ for Motorola Q users who wish to display their phone’s ESN number on their phone’s display screen.Â
I was able to obtain an internal document from a CDMA wireless provider’s retail store.Â Read the rest of this entry »