Thomas Joos | mobile application developer

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Interviewed by WebDesigner

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In WebDesigner’s 13th edition I got published with an interview as a result of the Max Award we won in Milan. In the ‘Behind The Scenes’ section I’m talking about Flash and the iPhone, Boulevart and my vision on mobile in general. I’m very proud to represent Boulevart in one of the most cutting-edge multimedia magazines in the Netherlands!

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Written by vilebody

February 11, 2009 at 11:20 am

A call for feedback

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My previous post focussed on Clo’s presentation with some tips in order to get the most out of your blog. My main reason for blogging is trying to reach other online/mobile minded people and try to interest and inspire them. I like sharing my professional thoughts and documenting my journey. In order to stand out in the blogosphere I’m calling for feedback. Don’t give me your famous eyeroll, you don’t need to fill in a form or anything :)  If you feel like sharing your thoughts on this blog, don’t hesisate submitting a comment. Please let me know where you think there is room for improvement. If you like it here just the way it is you can drop me a line also. I appreciate any kind of feedback and I like to get a more detailed view of who ends up here every once and a while. If any of my articles, thoughts or work inspired you in any way, I would be happy to know!

Written by vilebody

January 30, 2009 at 9:10 am

Posted in communication

Standing out in the blogosphere

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Last week, Clo Willaerts, Marketing Manager at Sanoma Magazines and organizer of Brussels Girl Geek Dinners did a presentation on “Standing out in the blogosphere”. A very relevant topic for everybody who sees himself as an active blogger. We all may have various reasons, we like to see our blog being read and followed, no?  Using her twitter timeline Clo got a lot of input and feedback in order to create “10 free tips”. It was nice to see my input used in her slides. If you want to maintain a quality blog you should not wait any longer and check them out.

Written by vilebody

January 27, 2009 at 8:02 pm