The First International Moblogging Conference - 1imc - is the world's first event dedicated to the theory and experience of mobile Web publishing, with sessions focused on both technical and social aspects of this exploding practice.
Moblogging ('MoBlogging') is a blanket term that covers a variety of related practices, essentially the ability to update blogs while on the move. At its simplest, moblogging (from "mobile web logging") is merely the use of a phone or other mobile device to publish content to the World Wide Web, whether that content be text, images, media files, or some combination of the above. It's nothing new, just a collection of technologies bought together to enhance a popular and proven web-publishing technique. However, it gets much more exciting when you throw the new breed of GPRS, 3G, GPS and CDMA camera equipped phones into the fray.
Location-specific content goes one step further - it relates and connects to the specific physical place where it was created and published. This permits any particular set of real-world coordinated to be "tagged" with relevant information, from instant restaurant reviews to ski-slope hazard warnings to contextual jokes. >from *The First International Moblogging Conference site*. Tokyo, July 5, 2003.
> Moblogging.org. Moblogging Experience
> Moblogging, Blogmapping and Moblogmapping related resources
> weblog, a new flow of information. may 15, 2002
> moblogging: serching for service