It’s been a very busy month and a half for me. I spent a week in Los Angeles as a featured presenter for the Mobile News Week at the journalism school there, and now I’m finishing preparations to travel to two other journalism schools next week for the Knight Digital Media Center’s Mobile Symposium. So I haven’t been letting Contentious.com readers know what I’ve been writing elsewhere.
But I’ve been logging a lot of cool mobile stuff for CNN.com Tech. So here’s a quick list of what I’ve been covering there…
Today at the Knight Digital Media Center site, I took another look at a new report from the Pew Internet and American Life Project about generational differences in tech gadget ownership and user.
See:Â Three generational gadget trends for news orgs to watch
The trends & implications I saw are:
- Picture-taking is the most popular non-voice cell activity, even more than texting! So why not do more with community-contributed pictures?
- Tablets are still a niche market. Right now, there are much bigger mobile fish to fry in terms of potential market size. Consider where your business interest really lie.
- MP3 players are especially popular with young adults, so consider doing more with podcasts and other audio content.
I discuss the details more over at my article on KDMC.