I work for a small, nimble and intelligent company called Proteus. We’ve recently developed cutting-edge software we call Swift that allows people and organizations to build websites on their mobile phones (“WAP sites”) for free. With Swift, NGO’s can create a mobile version of their website using Swift to disseminate information to development practitioners instantly. Or imagine the opposite: someone in the field would like to update the company blog. Using their mobile phone, he or she could type their post and publish to their blog– which is also an RSS feed by way of Feedreader. Because this RSS feed was previously added to Swift when the company was building their WAP site, any post sent from the field is posted to your website and WAP site simultaneously, automatically and instantaneously. It takes five minutes to set up a Swift WAP site and five seconds to publish. And did I mention Swift is free?