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WIRELESS WEB JOURNAL/AUTHORING

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000126847D
Publication Date: 2005-Aug-15
Document File: 1 page(s) / 9K

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Abstract

System and Method for Wireless Web Authoring (Web Journals) Using a Wireless Transport on Mobile Device Web Journals is the concept of Internet users keeping an online journal of their daily activities. This concept is useful for the users, who are able to express themselves or share with others their ideas, trip status, etc. It is becoming a popular trend, and many companies currently provide web journal capabilities. To create a web journal, one can use any web editor, update an edited web page, and post the page back up to a web server. The benefit of a web journal is a way to share ideas with the rest of the world and to publish the information quickly. Another use for this concept is for administrators to take minutes/notes from meetings and being able to publish them on the web so that everyone can view them. The web journal concept is a basic form of web page authoring. One doesn’t need to use graphics, rich text concepts, javascript, etc. related to web page publishing. Currently, there is no way of wirelessly creating web journals. This invention idea is to outline a system for web journal authoring using MDS. This invention consists of the following components: a device application that takes text input on wireless device, a wireless transport connected to the internet via wireless interface, a web server to host web pages, a wireless web authoring server connected to a web server that accepts text input from the device, formats data, and publishes it to a web page, hosted by a web server. Once a web page is published, contents can be viewed via the internet browser and/or a wireless browser. The wireless web authoring server would: connect to a wireless transport / web server and accept text input, render text input into HTML, XML, WAP, or any web language, insert text input into a specific area of web page, and would publish the web page onto the web server with text input as web journal is updated. There are various available web authoring tools on the market. However, not many of them can support designing wireless web pages. Also, there may not be a real-time, wireless web journal authoring tool where upon typing in an entry, it is immediately posted on the internet. However, there are currently applications available that do the reverse. Benefits of this invention include: real-time user entry and posting onto website, and one-to-many information sharing and storage pipe.

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WIRELESS WEB JOURNAL/AUTHORING

System and Method for Wireless Web Authoring (Web Journals) Using a Wireless Transport on Mobile Device

Disclosed Anonymously

Web Journals is the concept of Internet users keeping an online journal of their daily activities. This concept is useful for the users, who are able to express themselves or share with others their ideas, trip status, etc. It is becoming a popular trend, and many companies currently provide web journal capabilities.

To create a web journal, one can use any web editor, update an edited web page, and post the page back up to a web server. The benefit of a web journal is a way to share ideas with the rest of the world and to publish the information quickly. Another use for this concept is for administrators to take minutes/notes from meetings and being able to publish them on the web so that everyone can view them.

The web journal concept is a basic form of web page authoring. One doesn't need to use graphics, rich text concepts, Javascript, etc. related to web page publishing. Currently, there is no way of wirelessly creating web journals. This invention idea is to outline a system for web journal authoring using a mobile data transport.

This invention consists of the following components: a device application that takes text input on wireless device, a wireless transport connected to the internet via wireless interface, a web server to host web pages, a wireless web authoring server connected to a web server...