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August 3, 2009

Listen in on the Conversations

GLOBAL – With holiday season in full swing, it’s easy to miss out on the latest stories from Conversations. But fear not, for we have a solution for you. Every week Rob and Dan compile the weekly Conversations Blogbite, which isn’t just a spangly short-format radio show, delivering the best of Conversations in audio format. No, it’s also like a weekly digest of the hottest topics to weave their way into the Conversations psyche.

This week Dan and Rob kicked off with the software update poll, which itself got a ton of comments and is already the third most popular poll ever run on Conversations. The boys had a bit of fun with it too though, listen in to see what they had to say.

Next up was another subject people feel strongly about and that’s the Nokia N86 8MP. The lack of a Xenon flash in this brilliant cameraphone was seen by many as an oversight, until Damian Dinning from Nokia’s Imaging Business Unit stepped in to explain why. Two stories last week walked us through the background behind the N86, explaining why it is the way it is and showing it off against its predecessor, the N82.

The boys also spring a reminder for our current comment of the week gig we’re running (well done again, Keith) where the comment of the week, as voted by us, will get themselves a free copy of top S60 Twitter client, Gravity.

Finally, it’s worth listening to just for this, is the rundown on this week’s poll results. Brilliantly presented in a pseudo gameshow sort of way, if you want to know what Conversations readers most want to see in a cameraphone, don’t read the story, listen to the Blogbite.

You can pick up the blogbite right here on the site using our built-in audio player. Alternatively you can subscribe to the RSS or directly in iTunes. If you haven’t already, we’d recommend you add it to your weekly info-digest. It’s worth it just to hear Dan’s grumbles and Rob’s squeaks.

You can also pick up blogbite directly on your S60 device’s Podcasting application. You’ll find it listed in the “Featured” podcast directory inside the Podcasting application.

If you’re already a blogbite regular, let us have some feedback here.