Since I am, in fact, just that geeky, this blog now has a mobile version.  courtesy of WPtouch, a plug-in for WordPress, now if you visit this site from your iPhone, iPod Touch, Android device or Blackberry, you will see a special version of the blog designed to be easy to navigate, and very fast on mobile phones and other small screen devices.

iPhone
Photo by Edans

When @ScottBourne mentioned mobile WordPress and WPtouch I just had to try it!  (BTW Scott Bourne is also an AMAZING photographer specializing in birds – Check out Scott’s PhotoDiary )

I am very pleased with how well it works, and how easy it is to use on the phone. You can even bookmark, tweet about and comment on posts from your phone.

This works great on my iPhone, which is the only device I have to test it on. If you have one of the other supported smartphones, give it a try and let me know how it works. I’d love to know.

And just in case this isn’t geeky enough, I’m hoping (fingers crossed) to have an iPhone app that will let you read my blog directly in the next month or so. Stay tuned!

In the meantime, let me know what you think of the new mobile version of The Journey of Story.

  • Okay, I’m not that geeky. My phone is so old, it only makes phone calls.
    .-= Geoff´s last blog ..Post 31 on Connie Green’s 30 Day Challenge – Having an Idea =-.

  • Okay, I’m not that geeky. My phone is so old, it only makes phone calls.
    .-= Geoff´s last blog ..Post 31 on Connie Green’s 30 Day Challenge – Having an Idea =-.

  • good idea, but there is no phone network here anyway! I’d like to check it out though …

  • good idea, but there is no phone network here anyway! I’d like to check it out though …

  • andy wegman

    Great lookin’ on android….

  • andy wegman

    Great lookin’ on android….

  • admin

    Geoff — we won’t hold that against you.

    Stella — I certainly understand that problem living in New Hampshire

    AW — thanks for checking it out!

  • admin

    Geoff — we won’t hold that against you.

    Stella — I certainly understand that problem living in New Hampshire

    AW — thanks for checking it out!