Moving at the Speed of Creativity by Wesley Fryer

Ready to mobile-blog our vacation

Our family is off for a week’s vacation, and I’m leaving “Moving at the Speed of Creativity” in the able hands of some wonderful guest-bloggers. I’ve got Twitter Tools configured to auto-tweet their posts, so my friend feed won’t go entirely dark next week. I’ll be blogging over on our family learning blog intermittently next week, depending on connectivity. It is now configured with PingPressFM to auto-update my Facebook when a member of our family posts there.

Using PingPress and to autopost to Facebook from a WordPress blog

With PixelPipe on my iPhone we should be able to mobile post multiple photos at once “on the go” to both Flickr and Facebook from the islands.

Pixelpipe - Free your content, post, upload and share anywhere

I decided I didn’t want to clutter my Twitter feed with a week’s worth of personal family/travel posts, so that’s why I’ll be “just” posting to Learning Signs and Facebook next week. This will be our first family trip WITHOUT laptops since June of 2008 when we went camping in New Mexico. Will we survive?! That forecast is sunny, I think!

Our bags are packed, we’re ready to go….. 🙂

iPods ready for Hawaii

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4 responses to “Ready to mobile-blog our vacation”

  1. Jym Brittain Avatar
    Jym Brittain

    Dude…unplug, unwind, unconnect! Vacation is for you and your family – NOT your adoring public 🙂

  2. Wesley Fryer Avatar

    I heartily agree. Grandparents want to stay up to date on our activities tho, so we’ll share a few things from the road! 🙂 Plus it is always fun to have a reason to storychase with some new tools.

  3. Liz Kolb Avatar

    Love the gear! Have fun!

  4. Regina Avatar

    Glad to hear you’re on vacation. I started to worry when I realized you hadn’t tweeted in over 24 hours.