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This is the monthly archive for November 2011.

A quick Siri note

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I’ve never actually played with Siri yet, so this example might be somewhat off the mark. And I made up the site. Still, it’s something we should keep in mind — especially accessibility specialists.

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Linkbait 29

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Three weeks since the last one. It’s conference season.

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Mobilism announces Scott Jenson

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On 10th and 11th of May the second edition of Mobilism will take place in Amsterdam. Just like last year we’ll be informed about the current state of affairs on the mobile web from the world’s most renowned speakers and practicioners. For ample evidence, see last year’s session by Scott Jehl of jQuery Mobile.

We’re also proud to announce Scott Jenson as a speaker. He has worked in UI for many years, first for Apple, later for Symbian and Google. He will share his thoughts on the continuing evolution of mobile interfaces.

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Browser stats for October

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It’s time for the browser stats for October; as always according to StatCounter. I’m going to follow the desktop market too, for a while, since big changes are brewing.

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howtogomo.com : who’s abused the Google logo?

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Today’s hot story seems to be the supposedly Google-initiated howtogomo.com website. I heard some complaints, and decided to take a look myself.

Oh. My. God.

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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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