First thing is I want to thank everyone for stopping by Mobility Digest and helping us grow our community. It has been a lot of work getting the plan together for Mobility Digest and launching the website, and then rebranding the Forums to the Mobility Digest Forums. The reason behind this is that with all of the niche websites we have, I wanted to have one parent website that would always be the anchor to what we do. If you are new to Mobility Digest, then let me take a quick second to introduce you to our other websites. First there is Tilt Mobility, which is a niche website dedicated to the AT&T Tilt and HTC TyTN II, and second is Fuze Mobility which is another niche website dedicated to the AT&T Fuze and HTC Touch Pro. We have an excellent team of Writers, Developers, and Moderators that are total Mobility Addicts like me! But we are all Windows Mobile Device owners that don’t have a hands on insight into devices like Blackberry’s, iPhones, and Symbian devices. So what we are looking for is some NON Windows Mobile Device owners that have a passion for mobility and would like to share that passion with others. It would also be great to get some female writers on board that would like to share their mobility passion from a woman’s point of view. So now you might be saying to yourself, I would like to participate, what are the qualifications? Well, there aren’t any really. All of us here at Mobility Digest, and the rest of the websites have full time jobs, so writing is just for fun. All you need is a decent knowledge of mobility and a good writing skills. We are flexible about how much or how little you write, but ask that if you apply, that you have looked at your schedule and qualifications in advance and can make the commitment to be on the team. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me or use the contact form at the top of the page.

Thanks again for being part of our community and hope we have some writers in the wings that want to share their passion with all of us.

Email me at doug@mobilitydigest.com

Thanks again,

Doug Smith

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