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The Icon Bar: News and features: The Icon Bar goes mobile
 

The Icon Bar goes mobile

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 10:59, 4/1/2001 | , , ,
 
You can now read all the latest news from the Icon Bar almost anywhere with the completion of the first stage of our mobile data program!

TIB has been available for WAP enabled phones for a while now, but we've since added a simplified HTML version for other handheld devices such as Palm and Handspring palmtops, WinCE devices and so on. It also means you can use a cleaner design if you're using browsers such as the text only browser Lynx, or a TV device such as the Bush Internet TV, Dreamcast etc.

And we've just managed to get a special feed registered with AvantGo, the PDA news channel people, so you can synchronise TIB with your handheld device for offline reading.

Read all about our news feeds on the mobile feeds page.
 

  The Icon Bar goes mobile
  (10:59 4/1/2001)
  Alasdair (18:49 4/1/2001)
    Jon Hall (21:09 4/1/2001)
      Nathan (15:24 5/1/2001)
        Richard Goodwin (15:52 5/1/2001)
          Dave (23:59 5/1/2001)
            [mentat] (15:46 6/1/2001)
              Nathan (07:25 8/1/2001)
                Daniel Barron (23:21 11/1/2001)
 
Richard Goodwin Message #88211, posted at 10:59, 4/1/2001
Unregistered user Okay, so it's a slow news week ;)
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Alasdair Message #88212, posted at 18:49, 4/1/2001, in reply to message #88211
Unregistered user Write something about a badger sanctuary then... local TV news always get away with it.

Cheers,
a
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Jon Hall Message #88213, posted at 21:09, 4/1/2001, in reply to message #88212
Unregistered user I visited an otter and owl sanctuary in Derbyshire recently...
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Nathan Message #88214, posted at 15:24, 5/1/2001, in reply to message #88213
Unregistered user I survey sites for otters for Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, so there you go.
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Richard Goodwin Message #88215, posted at 15:52, 5/1/2001, in reply to message #88214
Unregistered user Do you use RISC OS and/or handheld devices while surveying? I'm sure we could make a news story out of that! (or if not, just make something up anyway)
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Dave Message #88216, posted at 23:59, 5/1/2001, in reply to message #88215
Unregistered user I can just see it now - buy riscos or the badger gets it...
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[mentat] Message #88217, posted at 15:46, 6/1/2001, in reply to message #88216
Unregistered user I'm surprised there have been no squirrel comments
yet! :)
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Nathan Message #88218, posted at 07:25, 8/1/2001, in reply to message #88217
Unregistered user I survey otters using no electronic device. I don't want to loose it in cow dung. There's lot's of it.
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Daniel Barron Message #88219, posted at 23:21, 11/1/2001, in reply to message #88218
Unregistered user What, not even a torch or watch?
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