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March 15, 2005

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Chainsaw

I think there are two things about this post that struck me

1)It's true that people need to remember that they have to develop for more than one single device. Often this is forgotten. The mobile devices are especially becoming more and more popular, and I have a suspicion that the iPhone will launch mobile browsing through the window much like the iPod did for mp3 music.
2)The comments on social networking were not only interesting, but something worth considering when it comes to building applications. E-mail can benefit by looking at some of the social networking positives and building them in. I'm thinking of a kind of outlook that takes note of your friends and is able to filter out spam and email out easier this way.

Interesting post, thanks!

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