using Australian Vodafone iPhone in Singapore

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Being a cheap kinda gal, I thought I’d blog some key points of setting up my Vodafone iPhone on free wifi and using services in Singapore. If you don’t have a Vodafone phone, don’t have an iPhone (poor you) and don’t come to Singapore, move along.

Mobile Learning #5: A Case Study

e-Moderation Station

Students are constantly bringing their mobile phones and iPods to school. Bags are searched at the school gates every day, and any mobile phones or iPods that are found are confiscated. And still the kids come to school with their mobile phones and iPods.

Some Online Work Goes Mobile or Is It Mostly Personal?

Portals and KM

With the rise of tablet and smart phone use, PCs are losing dominance as the major online device despite the ever increasing availability of wifi for PCs. According to a recent survey from Gartner, several main activities are moving from PCs to media tablets such checking email (81 percent of respondents), reading the news (69 percent), checking the weather forecast (63 percent), social networking (62 percent) and gaming (60 percent).

2012 133

#Movistar Killed the Web Star


I mean, if I were a client who may not have had an urging need to use the Web and the telephone as his primary means of income and revenue, I would probably be ok without the phone nor the Internet for nearly 2 months. A long distance phone call, reverse charge, perhaps?

2014 205

Teaching with mobile devices: FAQs [part 1]

e-Moderation Station

Institutions that have tried this out find that students often prefer to use their own devices (such as a feature phone) even if these are less sophisticated than the school devices, because the sense of ownership is so strong with one’s own device.

2014 114

Do You Have A Twitter Addiction? Do You Have A Connection Addiction?

Portals and KM

I am sure these numbers are increasing, especially if you include playing scrabble on your smart phone. The activity is very fast and real time so you want to stay connected and it is easy to make a quick check. This is me as I never use a phone, even though I have an iPhone.

2012 173

My Top 5 iOS Apps of the Week – Week #4


if I recall correctly) and I happen to be lucky enough to be connected either via mobile data or WiFi, CityMapper is one of the main traveling & map apps I use on a regular basis, specially, when I may need to resort to public transport to get out and about in the city.

2016 169

Conference networking at Online Information 2008: report and lessons learned

Platform Neutral

We put together a ‘facilitation plan’ with Incisive, outlining the different platforms and activities in the run up to the event. Each of the first two was made possible - or certainly easier - by having a wifi connection.

2008 116

UC And ROI: IBM's Truth And Fiction Example

Collaborative Thinking

Thumbs-Up: It's important to note here the different between channel switching (from telephone to IM or VoIP chat) vs. time-saved by reducing phone calls. The more structured and directed the activity is (e.g., Anyone who travels internationally knows how expensive it is to use your hotel or mobile phone. If you spend 5 days on your international trip and make just 1 hour of calls a day, with international roaming rates, you will spend over $380 per trip on phone calls.

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Online Educa Berlin 2010 Keynote: Building Networked Learning Environments


For me, the three most significant features of the current social landscape within post-industrial countries is the increase in connectivity, the mainstreaming of collaborative online practices and the rise of real time and location based activity. While we have cheap or free network access in the UK through local libraries, UK online Centres, schools, public wifi provision and internet cafes, personal device ownership and any time access are still salient points.

2010 70

Events - value from sharing online | Learning with the Fang


lt08 - 2008 conference, Mooloolabah, Queensland Just prior to preparation for my keynote presentation I received a phone call from an old colleague (Mark) who was looking to use some of my work in his presentation at an approaching conference (#lt08). I learned that some colleagues who are very active in on-line social networking would be attending and marked my diary to check in with them while the event was on.

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