Welcome to the 144th edition of carnival of the mobilists! The Carnival is an old tradition where the best mobile posts of the past week are linked from one blog (more on this mobile tradition here).
James Cooper from mjelly shares his notes from an event held in London on mobile platforms "Android, Symbian and iphone" with some useful stats on iphone usage, and other general points about mobile platforms.
Andrew Grill brings his summary from a recent mobile advertising roundtable and also addresses some of the reasons why mobile advertising has been slow to take off.
Ajit Jaokar from Open Gardens raises the subject of pricing in regards to location based services and weighs the implications.
C.Enrique Ortiz from About Mobility shares his presentation about mobility, context and the human psychology when developing a mobile application. (I wish I was there to hear Enrique present this slide-deck, as presentations are usually more than what is written on the slides).
Not really 'mobile' yet very interesting for us 'techies'; Sarah from Really Sarah Syndication raises some interesting questions about the possible relation between technology and the development of self-control skills.
This is all for this edition... Next week, Carnival of the Mobilists #145 will be held at mjelly with James Cooper as host. For information on how you can participate by submitting a link to the Carnival, and/or becoming a host, visit the Carnival of the Mobilists website.