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This is the monthly archive for July 2011.

Mobile browser stats for June and Q2

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And here are the mobile browser stats for June and for all of Q2 according to StatCounter. Remember that the methodology of the detection changed in late April.

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Linkbait 19

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Holiday edition. (My holiday, not yours.)

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Mobile browser stats for May; methodology change

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Here are the global mobile browser stats for May. Three new browsers entered the stats because both StatCounter and I changed our methodologies. These changes are detailed at the end of this entry.

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Tickets Brighton workshop on sale

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Just a quick note to say that ticket sale for the Mobilism workshop in Brighton on 9th and 10th of November is now open. I will run the Brighton workshop by myself; Stephen can't make it.

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2011 Mobilism workshops announced

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Mobilism is bringing its two-day mobile web workshop to a city near you. Today we announce workshops in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Manchester, and Brighton. Ticket sales for Amsterdam and Frankfurt open today. Sales for Manchester and Brighton will open soon; we’ll let you know.

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Mobilism 2012 announced

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After the astounding success of Mobilism 2011 we lost no time in planning the next edition. Therefore we're proud to announce that Mobilism 2012 will take place on 10th and 11th of May 2012 in Amsterdam.

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Conference organiser’s handbook

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I’ve written a Conference Organiser’s Handbook in which I share some of my experiences with organising conferences, and offer beginners the solid, practical advice that they need. It’s free; do whatever you like with it (except for copying it entirely to another URL).

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This is the blog of Peter-Paul Koch, mobile platform strategist, consultant, and trainer. You can also follow him on Twitter.
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