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(keitai-l) Re: Brew Browser

From: David Harper <dharper_at_wirelessink.com>
Date: 03/26/04
Message-Id: <1080267799.A627159_at_w5.dngr.org>
Opps. This time with comments.

>> Why - exactly - should this not be welcomed with open arms?

Most of the world experiences the Internet on mobile devices - why 
should they have to settle for experiences not designed for the format.
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>> " It must be special! - it must be different! - It must not be able to 
>> read anything that has gone before!"

Don't think anyone even implied that. Perhaps you missed the point that 
was being made.
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>>  From the user's perspective, this is bizzare.

I love the word bizzare. Are done with this yet?
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On Thu, 25 Mar 2004 8:57pm, nick may wrote:
>
> On Mar 26, 2004, at 1:36 AM, keitai-l_at_appelsiini.net wrote:
>
>>  I want to see new uses emerge specific to mobile
>>  and designed for mobile.
>
> I am astonished by this attitude, and others that have been expressed
> in the thread.
>
> It isn't "either / or" - this is an ADDITIONAL capability that is being
> brought to a keitai that allows it to access an even wider range of
> information.
>
> Why - exactly - should this not be welcomed with open arms? Part of the
> success of imode came precisely from its ability to read any old
> cobbled together bit of simple html. That hasn't stopped new uses
> emerging.
>
> " It must be special! - it must be different! - It must not be able to
> read anything that has gone before!"
>
> Is this the cry of developers now?
>
>  From the user's perspective, this is bizzare.
>
> Nick
>
>
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David Harper
Co-Founder, Wireless Ink
Mobilizing the Masses
Received on Fri Mar 26 04:23:59 2004