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Evolving my freelance writing according to website mobile-friendliness

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By Elizabeth Cunningham Perkins
Posted May 9, 2012 in Internet
Blogging or reporting for DJ via mobile device is difficult enough to discourage me down to occasional participating. DJ's app does not include a mobile-optimized way to contribute and I couldn't find a way to post through DJ's mobile-version website either. [Updated: There is a way by smartphone -- see comments.]
Increasing mobility by phasing out the laptop and traveling lighter through cloud-storage are my latest aspirations and I'm letting my freelance writing evolve accordingly. This caregiving gig is taxing and stressful, yes, but the pay and benefits are advantageous, certainly the best deal I've accepted in years.
Wow: Gradually, I could continue, complete and publish the "ought to write" book I have set aside for future readiness every year or so.
Certain mobile apps, such as Catch.com (with a growing list of partners) that offer free cloud storage and synchronization make notetaking and organizing amazingly easy, and allow me access to my latest "everything, where I left off" from any Net-connected device.
Enhancing mobile accessibility -- giving mobile apps and website versions as much attention as their "full" counterparts -- will help Net-based businesses. And failing to do so could kill more than a few, I reckon.
As usual, my colleague the Tortoise Cat catnaps lots -- one of the easiest, simplest fixes for most everday temporary glitches. There is a way by smartphone -- see comments, below.]
This tortoiseshell cat catnap-dreams frequently.
This tortoiseshell cat catnap-dreams frequently.
Weeds are free to thrive throughout Dane County  Wisconsin  I have noticed.
Weeds are free to thrive throughout Dane County, Wisconsin, I have noticed.
Broken mirror shards on stones between the railboad tracks stopped me in my tracks  one late Spring ...
Broken mirror shards on stones between the railboad tracks stopped me in my tracks, one late Spring 2012 morning.

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