Here are various ways of viewing mobile versions of your blog.
Reason for this is to render the content for a smaller screen, and also to strip out unwanted graphics, and to also organise the page in sections to scroll down your screen, instead of scrolling across.
Mobile friendly search
You are not at a loss for websites that don’t have a mobile version, if you go to the Mowser search engine, all search results are simple link results, like Google, and when you click on a hit, Mowser will present content suitable for mobile phones.
Check out my blog on Mowser, you could bookmark this page on your phone.
[ADDED 30/10/07: Nanosites - just add your feed to the URL
If you want to read the latest RSS content of a blog, use a desktop RSS Reader (FeedReader, litefeeds-send items to: email, blog, del.icio.us, mobispine-like litefeeds, even send items to Twitter and Facebook,) on your mobile phone or a web-based one (Google Reader mobile web-or readermini, FeedM8 and more), as the RSS version of a blog is just the content with all the other stuff ignored…RSS content is very mobile friendly by default.
NOTE: also check out start or widget pages for a mobile experience like Widsets, and Plusmo (also iGoogle mobile and WebWag mobile)
Create your own mobile version of your blog
Beside the obvious Feedburner content of your blog, see mine, there are plenty of services that create mobile versions of your blog.
Tiggdo, this is a more professional service, where they will create a mobile version of your website.
I’ve posted before on Winksite, where you can create a mobile friendly version of your blog, but winksite is more than that, it’s more a mobile space and community, with your mobile you can access: a general use folder, a page of content via a remixed (spliced) feed, an announcements page, your blog, a Public RSS Reader, a place to store bookmarks, your profile, and connect with the greater Winksite community.
Here is my blog profile on Winksite, great reading on a web-enabled mobile phone.
Similar to MyBlogLog, it’s social networking for you as a user (add friends, map, mesaging) and a community for your blog, meaning you have a profile for you in general and a profile for each of your blogs…your blog can’t add people back, so it’s moreso people becoming a member of the community around your blog.
Members can leave and subscribe to messages…you can even monetize your blog.
Like iCast, Zingku and others, from a widget on your blog people can fill in their number and send the content as an SMS to their mobile phone…when you click the Winksite badge (seen above) there is a link called “Send To Phone”.
They also offer another widget for just this feature but the code is not friendly on my blog.
Unlike iCast and others you don’t get a scheduled SMS of the lastest post, and you don’t send an SMS to pull the latest post, instead you are simply sent the link to the mobile friendly version of a blog profile, where you can browse the latest stuff for yourself.
The Winksite greater picture is mobile productivity and social networking and chatting, etc… basically a mobile network and community.
And finally the new comer is MoFuse.
It’s an invite only at the moment, but here is an example of the Read/Write Web blog.
Like Richard Macmanus says this could be something for Feedburner to offer…MoFuse even give you a dashboard with stats, etc…
[ADDED 27/10/07: BEETAGG]
Scan the BeeTagg to read the feed on your mobile phone.
To be able to scan this barcode in order to read this feed you need to get the BeeTagg Reader
Send SMS with text “Bee” to +44 762 480 24 86
Also make your own mobile websites with BeeTaggs, Mobisites.
[ADDED 2/11/07: Listen to feeds on your mobile phone]
[ADDED 2/11/07: Get blog updates on your mobile phone (IM, email, SMS, audio, web)]
[ADDED 2/11/07: iCast : Offer RSS to SMS for your blog subscribers and media widgets]
[ADDED 07/06/09: Mippin]