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Good morning everyone! I wanted to stop and take a second to thank all of you that stop by our websites and remind you to check out The Mobility Digest Forums! We have some great information in our Forums and a lot of friendly people posting everyday! Our Moderator’s work hard to answer questions and keep us the friendliest mobility forums you’ll find. Speaking of great information, Mobility Digest Forums thread: Complete List Of Tips & Tricks For The AT&T Fuze & HTC Touch Pro [UPDATED 04-15-09] has been viewed over 210,000! We are a small community, but a great community, so why not head on over to our Forums and check out what’s going on! If you have a question, please don’t hesitate to ask it, and if you have the answer, please don’t be hesitate to post it! Your questions and answers helps everyone! By the way, don’t forget to register!
Did you also know that Mobility Digest is on Facebook and Twitter? That’s right! We are also on You Tube, so don’t miss our videos and Social Networking access to all our News and Forum Feeds!
Click any of the links above to access our content! RSS Feed, Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, and our Podcast where we feature some of the best developers in the mobility world. These icon links are always available at the top of every page on Mobility Digest! And before I forget, Mobility Digest is very proud to be the home of Dr. Jim Taylor’s Psychology of Technology Series that makes us all take a deeper look at mobility.
I have been working very hard on improving Mobility Digest’s website and make it as user friendly as possible. I hope you like our changes! I think our featured ads will really help deliver our very best content to people coming to our website for the very first time. Be sure to support our sponsors as running Mobility Digest is not free and our advertisers keep us going. Donations are also always welcomed, but never required.
The last thing I wanted to mention was our niche blogs: Tilt Mobility and Fuze Mobility. They are the foundation of who we are and where we came from. I had debated merging them into Mobility Digest, but I am sentimental and think that they are fine where they are as long as people want to support them. As a reminder, all of our articles are published to Mobility Digest. So if you are a Tilt Mobility or Fuze Mobility reader, you can always take advantage of a wider range of articles plus the same articles you normally read on either of the two websites.
Thanks again for being part of our community.