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Neurosurgical content for mobile devices.

Kubben PL - Surg Neurol Int (2010)

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Affiliation: Department of Neurosurgery, Maastricht University Medical Center, Netherlands.

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Although the exact time frame varies in several documents, the description originates from 1965 and is still valid today... Modern computers have tremendous processing power, but at the same time they are a fraction of the size compared to their predecessors of 20-30 years ago... The latter is particularly important for developing countries, where cable networks are rare... Satellite-based wireless networks for phone and Internet are expected to become the primary choice for connectivity, and mobile devices can serve as a cost-effective hardware solution... To have users benefit from all features on mobile devices, content needs to be optimized for smaller screens and limited keyboard input... For Surgical Neurology International (SNI), we wanted a web application that offers you quick access to the pillars of our website: the articles, the posts and the forum... Our web application, “SNI Mobile,” does just that: it offers you quick access to the latest articles, posts, forum items, Twitter updates and podcasts [Figure 1]... There are EPUB readers for many different mobile devices, and they allow the user to increase or decrease the font size to optimize reading on the small screen... This can be done from our website, or directly from the web application [Figure 2]... The foundation of every scientific journal is formed by (peer-reviewed) articles... This editorial explains how mobile devices can be used to access SNI’s content, and how the EPUB format facilitates reading articles on small screens... SNI Mobile is a web application that allows quick access to the journal’s main categories, with a layout that is optimized for iPhone and related devices... Also, we would like to offer you our multimedia on mobile devices, starting with some podcasts on basic and clinical neurosurgery... What sorts of applications and content would you be particularly interested in?

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Mentions: Our web application, “SNI Mobile,” does just that: it offers you quick access to the latest articles, posts, forum items, Twitter updates and podcasts [Figure 1]. By selecting a category, you get the titles for the last 20 items of that category in reverse chronological order [Figure 2]. If you select an item from the podcasts category, the web application will automatically open iTunes if you access it from iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Although the layout of the web application has been optimized for these devices, it can be accessed from any device (like Blackberry, Android, Windows Mobile or Symbian-based). Add this link to your mobile browser’s favorites to access the web application quickly: www.surgicalneurologyinternational.com/mobile


Neurosurgical content for mobile devices.

Kubben PL - Surg Neurol Int (2010)

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Mentions: Our web application, “SNI Mobile,” does just that: it offers you quick access to the latest articles, posts, forum items, Twitter updates and podcasts [Figure 1]. By selecting a category, you get the titles for the last 20 items of that category in reverse chronological order [Figure 2]. If you select an item from the podcasts category, the web application will automatically open iTunes if you access it from iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Although the layout of the web application has been optimized for these devices, it can be accessed from any device (like Blackberry, Android, Windows Mobile or Symbian-based). Add this link to your mobile browser’s favorites to access the web application quickly: www.surgicalneurologyinternational.com/mobile

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Affiliation: Department of Neurosurgery, Maastricht University Medical Center, Netherlands.

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Although the exact time frame varies in several documents, the description originates from 1965 and is still valid today... Modern computers have tremendous processing power, but at the same time they are a fraction of the size compared to their predecessors of 20-30 years ago... The latter is particularly important for developing countries, where cable networks are rare... Satellite-based wireless networks for phone and Internet are expected to become the primary choice for connectivity, and mobile devices can serve as a cost-effective hardware solution... To have users benefit from all features on mobile devices, content needs to be optimized for smaller screens and limited keyboard input... For Surgical Neurology International (SNI), we wanted a web application that offers you quick access to the pillars of our website: the articles, the posts and the forum... Our web application, “SNI Mobile,” does just that: it offers you quick access to the latest articles, posts, forum items, Twitter updates and podcasts [Figure 1]... There are EPUB readers for many different mobile devices, and they allow the user to increase or decrease the font size to optimize reading on the small screen... This can be done from our website, or directly from the web application [Figure 2]... The foundation of every scientific journal is formed by (peer-reviewed) articles... This editorial explains how mobile devices can be used to access SNI’s content, and how the EPUB format facilitates reading articles on small screens... SNI Mobile is a web application that allows quick access to the journal’s main categories, with a layout that is optimized for iPhone and related devices... Also, we would like to offer you our multimedia on mobile devices, starting with some podcasts on basic and clinical neurosurgery... What sorts of applications and content would you be particularly interested in?

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