Beyond 3G: bringing networks, terminals and the Web together by Martin Sauter, 2009 | Learn more.
Handbook of Research on Web 2.0 and Second Language Learning by Michael Thomas, 2009 “Winksite allow users to build their own blogs, chat forums, conduct polls and create journals. It is truly user-friendly…” | Learn more.
Mobile Internet For Dummies by Michael J. O’Farrell, John R. Levine, Jostein Algroy, James Pearce, Daniel Appelquist, 2008 “ Designing colorful mobile sites with Winksite.” | Learn more. Mac Life Magazine, 2007 “You can trick out your site with “channels” including a blog (either one hosted on
Winksite or a feed of your existing blog), RSS feeds, surveys, …” | Learn more.
Nokia smartphone hacks by Michael Juntao Yuan, 2005 | Learn more.
Hybrid Learning and Education by Joseph Fong, Reggie Kwan, Fu Lee Wang, 2008 “Do-it-yourself: Free Mobile 2.0 sites for teaching purposes A popular and free Mobile 2.0 site builder for teaching can be found at Winksite …” | Learn more.
Toys to Tools: Connecting Student Cell Phones to Education by Liz Kolb, 2008 “Winksite is another Web 2.0 resource that allows anyone to build a mobile-friendly …” | Learn more.
The Everything Blogging Book: Publish Your Ideas, Get Feedback, and Create by Aliza Sherman Risdahl, 2006 | Learn more.
Digital Engagement: Internet Marketing That Captures Customers and Builds Brand Loyalty, by Leland Harden, Bob Heyman, 2009 “Google has a page creator (www.pages.google.com) that works in XHTML, and independent developers such as www.winksite.com offer community and support. …” | Learn more.
Jump point: how network culture is revolutionizing business by Tom Hayes, 2008 ”… and the ability to build a mobile Web page using a service like Winksite, and you have the best of all worlds.” | Learn more.
Information tomorrow: reflections on technology and the future of public and academic libraries by Rachel Singer Gordon, 2007 | Learn more.