The guys that created this browser are no doubt real bright and I wish
them the best of luck - I'm sure they have a market.
My bias/position comes from the desire to move mobility specific apps
forward rather then squeezing the web into a small window. That approach
never works on the long term. Sure reading a doc is nice but a 25 page
doc or a site with flash designed for a large screen with perhaps a
popup or two thrown in. I want to see new uses emerge specific to mobile
and designed for mobile.
On Thu, 25 Mar 2004 9:00am, David Harper wrote:
> Will all due respect my enthusiam is still not sparked. "Palmpilot"
> devices already handle all that. Right? I don't see this as a step
> forward. In fact, it potentially postpones focus on unique/new mobility
> solutions designed for small formats and a new world.
> On Thu, 25 Mar 2004 8:37am, nick may wrote:
>> surely being able easily to handle this lot is a big step forward
>> though - particularly for a device "palmpilot" size....
>> "...Flash, video, Microsoft Office, and even Adobe Acrobat files...".
>> On Mar 25, 2004, at 9:49 PM, keitai-l_at_appelsiini.net wrote:
>>> Maybe a bit crazy, but here goes.
>>> Let's concentrate on designing experiences that make sense on mobile
>>> devices rather then squeezing the desktop web experience onto a small
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