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We spotted this new online publication recently in our regular trawl of Newsnow.co.uk, our favourite news aggregation service.

It's called Guy Kewney's Mobile Campaign, and it does what it says on the tin. It's a news-and-views campaign to improve the lamentable state of wireless communications in Britain, and it's run by Guy Kewney, possibly the UK's best known tech journalist.

Kewney, a former columnar for the Ziff Davis stable of magazines, has assembled some good writing talent, including Jon Honeyball (a favourite of ours) and talented whippersnapper Kieren McCarthy, on the contribs' panel. Right now the publication is free, but it will soon mutate into a subscription service.

Guy Kewney's Mobile Campaign can be found at Newswireless.net. This is the name for Kewney's new Web news service, which focuses on mobile and wireless technologies. "The Newswireless Net looks at IT in general, but from the particular standpoint of a mobile data user," he says.

Sounds like your bag? Then check it out. ®

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