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Our congratulations and a Sony Ericsson K700i handset go to mikey for this fabulous photo. Well done mikey, and well done everyone else who took part, some excellent photos from you all.

The theme of this moblog competition is "fourteen days", take your own meaning from that, and send something strong and vital in from your future phone, something to stand alongside images taken by celebrities like Irvine Welsh and Helena Christensen, who are also taking part. moblogUK is happy to be working in association with href="" target="_blank">the art of imaging site in bringing you this competition.

The best entries win tickets to the opening night on the 16th of September at Camdens' Proud Gallery, and a Sony Ericsson K700i. Send us your best entry! And tell your mates, anyone can join in.

Remember to put your name in the title/subject field so we know who you are if you aren't already a member of - Above all, enjoy!

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19th Sep 2004, 04:38   comments (0)


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15th Sep 2004, 20:49   comments (3)


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posted by SaharaB

15th Sep 2004, 20:19   comments (1)

2 weeks notice

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posted by painloathing

15th Sep 2004, 18:29   comments (4)

Fourteen days

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posted by nige

14th Sep 2004, 22:40   comments (0)

And on the 14th day...

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Robox revealed his manifesto.

posted by Rich
14th Sep 2004, 21:29   comments (11)

(1 Day) * (14 Versions)

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Okay: 14 different views of the same day, courtesy of the newspaper stand in
Marks & Sparks and a little cut 'n' paste.

The resolution of each cover depends on how good I think their "journalism"
is, achieved by taking each shot from a different distance - hence the
Independent and the Gruniad look best, with the tabloids an indistinct blur.
(Cue a debate on politics and media which I'd rather not deal with?
Hopefully not.)

Granted, it only really works if we include the copy of NOW magazine, since
the sixteen-bayed paper stand had several duplicate copies. I was
planning to buy them all and arrange them a little neater, but capturing
them in situ seemed a little more moblog-y, and it would have cost me
seven-ish quid.

This is as pretentious as I get - no more "projects", promise. And sorry
about the size.

posted by neel

14th Sep 2004, 19:31   comments (5)


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14th Sep 2004, 18:57   comments (5)
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