Carnival of the Mobilists – No 29

Shanghai Carnival by Ya Ya
 Shanghai Carnival by Ya Ya  This weeks Carnival is hosted by Ajit Jaokar at Open Gardens. Ajit’s assembled an interesting and informative set of posts on the mobile computing revolution. This week’s items range from insights into the mobile industry, tales from the trenches by marketers and users, exciting new devices, services and software as well as prognostications into the future of mobility. Regardless of what aspect of handheld computing or wireless innovation interests you most, I’m sure you will find something exciting at this week’s Carnival.

The Carnival of the Mobilists happens once a week at a different mobilist’s blog. The host of the week chooses their favorite posts from those submitted and features them on his or her site.

If you are new to the Carnival be sure to visit the event’s own blog where you will find it’s history, links to past Carnivals and everything you need to know to participate in the Carnival yourself.

Speaking of participating, there is now more reason than ever to do so. Each month for the rest of the year, the author of the best post will receive a $250 cash prize sponsored by Khosla Ventures.