Poll for timeframes for “23 Mobile Things”

Hey everyone,

if you are interested in doing the 23 Mobile Things as part of an New Zealand/Australian cohort, please vote in the poll to let us know which time-frame would suit you best for doing the course. 23 Things has been run over time periods as short as 10 weeks (which averages about 2 Things a week which is quite a lot!) and as long as 23 or 24 weeks (one thing a week).

You can see the full list of the 23 Mobile Things here.

We hope to start the course at the beginning of May, which means that if we took six months, we would be finished by the end of November; if we took four months, we would be finished by the end of September. Please vote and let us know which time-frame works best for you! If you have another suggestion, please vote “Other” and leave a comment.

Please also fill in the contact form for 23  Mobile Things so we can get some indication of how many people (and from where) are keen on doing the course.

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5 Responses to Poll for timeframes for “23 Mobile Things”

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  5. Angela Karacaoglu says:

    Hi there, I have a hand me down cellphone called a Treo Palm smartphone. Can I work through the “23 Mobile Things” on it?

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