I am posting this using Safari on my new iPhone. Some blog software allows you to post via e-mail, so mobile blogging is nothing new. With the iPhone I have access to the entire blog interface. I am connected to the Internet using AT&T’s Edge Network. It’s faster than dial-up, but slower than broadband. Right now I am sitting in the driver seat of an orange 2004 Freightliner Century Class. I’m in Calera, Oklahoma at a Choctaw truck stop, across the street from a Choctaw Nation casino. Using the touch keyboard is a bit tedious, but I don’t think it’s any worse than any other hand-held device and in some ways it is better because it can adapt to the context. For instance, when you are typing in the address bar of the browser you get all Qwerty keys plus there is a single key labeled “.com” and the forward slash (/) is right next to it which allows for rapid entry of web addresses. When you are typing an e-mail addresses the @ key is right there, too.