Monthly Archives: May 2007

Last.fm Purchased by CBS

Just came across this news item this morning. Very interesting news, I think. I saw these guys present at Future of Web Apps and I have to say it’s a great application of “user generated content” — in this case,

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Mobile Web Review on Vodafone Betavine

I have started a new blog, “Mobile Web Review,” where I’ll be reviewing mobile Web sites. My first victim is FlickR mobile. For what I had to say, go on over to Mobile Web review, hosted on Vodafone Betavine. Also,

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Prada Phone Browser

Whether we like it or not, touch-screen phones are on the way in. Apple iPhone has made sure of that. There were some out there in the market already but by far the one that’s gotten the most press has

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Posted in Mobile Web, Mobility

Another WWW2007 Highlight

Having Mor from Yahoo! Resarch pimp my phone up with the latest and greatest Zonetag. Thanks, Mor! Ok — I’m going to sleep now.

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More WWW2007 Stuff: Mobile Ajax

Apart from MobEA V (and meeting Dick Hardt — my quote: “Hey. You’re famous!”), the other highlight of the event for me was the panel I got to chair on Mobile Ajax. Now — this is an interesting topic, and

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Another thing about WWW2007

People that I have never met came up to me and told me that they read this blog. Like… regularly. That’s frickin’ weird.

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More WWW2007 Thoughts

Highlight: wisdom from Dick Hardt (“don’t use the ‘I’ word unless it’s as an adjective or an adverb.”) Very deep. Lowlight: The whole idea of “Web History.” Ok ok — I know this is actually a good idea, but something

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Posted in Mobile Web, Web

Geospatial Web Goes Mobile

Great presentation on use of the Mobile Web in combination with geospatial information to turn your mobile into a “spatial information appliance.” Not only is this work using location, device orientation combined with building geometry information harvested from Google Earth

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WWW2007 Live Notes: PRIVÉ and KDDI

Now sitting in a session at WWW2007, listening to a paper presentation on some research on anonymous location-based services. This research addresses a key issue with location-based services: user privacy. They have articulated a very sophisticated approach to this issue

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Comeks Gets Funding

I was excited to read today that Comeks, a great application for creating comic-book art on your phone, picked up some funding. Of course, I was talking about this app a year ago. I still think it’s one of the

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Who is Daniel K. Appelquist?

I'm an American Ex-Pat living in London. I'm a father of two and husband of one. I am the Open Web Advocate for Telefónica Digital, focusing on the Open Web Device. I founded Mobile Monday London, Over the Air and the Mobile 2.0 conference series.

The opinions expressed here are my own, however, and neither Telefónica nor any other party necessarily agrees with them.

My books:
Mobile Internet for Dummies
XML and SQL

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