Calorie King now has a mobile web site at http://www.calorieking.com/mobile About time!
I'm really impressed with Arthur at dHealth -- you'll see his comment below. We've been having a conversation off list which has resulted with me doing some playing with the mobile phone features of the website.
He's also going to send me a pedometer, so I'll give that a try again, though I'm not wild about dealing with gadgets, plus pedometers rarely work with my clothing.
I need to add her to my blogroll.
Congratulations!Diabetes Mine: One-Year Blogiversary
And one reason I can keep going as long as I have, is that I have a different goal than you do when it comes to blogging.
It's one of my major management tools.
I'm not sure how and when I'll use it, but it looks interesting. Supposedly you can textmail someone a payment instantly. I've referred my sister, and I think it would be handy to be able to send her money -- like for her birthday -- rather than dealing with a gift card, which by the way, is still sitting on my desk. I am thinking sending it to my mom will be the safest thing to do with it.
I've created a WAP version -- mobile phone version of my website. Mostly because I have a Treo, and it makes life easier to check on entries, and also because I can.
Alwin is someone I have run across in the medical blogs and also runs a blog I admire. I think he blogs for many of the same reasons I do, and I find many of his posts interesting.
He definately makes some good points here.
Interesting website. I haven't spent a lot of time on it, but they have patients rate therapies.
She's just started blogging.
It also goes to show you, that the "Type 2" profile doesn't fit everyone.
The title of her blog is a bit dramatic. She's just started blogging.
Tried to leave a comment, but her blog only allows Blogger members to comment.