I use wordpress for my blogs. It’s easy and open for 3rd party developers to enhance the experience. As I posted earlier, I write all my blogs in Windows Live Writer and publish directly from there. I will log into wordpress only to manage my posts. The only think I haven’t really taken advantage of was blogging from my phone/mobile device. WordPress and blogger (I’m sure others do as well, but I haven’t used them) allow you to send emails to your blog which automatically turn the the messages into posts. I’ve also accessed the admin side of my blog from my phone, but the internet viewing experience isn’t that rich on most mobile devices (I know… unless it’s an iPhone).
Well, this post in Mashable list plug-ins for all the major blog engines. It’s just a simple plug-in that once activated will give those of you with iPhones and iPod touch devices an incredible experience. Ever visited facebook on your iPhone or iPod Touch? Yeah, it’s the same kind of experience… tailored specifically for a mobile device. So here are some great little tools to make your experiences rich and rewarding.
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I want SOOOOO badly to be able to blog from my iPhone, and can with my secret posting e-mail, BUT I want to be able to post PICTURES from my iPhone with comments, but the e-mail posting does not allow this. (messes up the entire site if I try!) Will this enable posting of pictures and text?
(posted this from iPhone, by the way, I nearly exclusively read and comment on blogs from my iPhone when away from my computer)
Sorry to disappoint, but I don’t think you’re able to post pictures using this plug-in. I can understand why. Although the iPhone/iPod platform is amazing, it’s still doesn’t have the kind of functionality you’d really need to find, cut, crop and arrange images. So, no, you’re not going to be able to do this with this plug-in. However, this plug-in still opens up quite a door for blogging as it allows you access to most of your blogging tools in a neat and clean format. I find that I try to write my posts days… if not weeks (when I’m really doing good) ahead of time. This way I can create posts on my iPod and come in later and add the pictures when I’m at my machine.