An excellent rant indeed!
Hurrah to Steve Smith at MediaPost’s Mobile Insider blog for this excellent rant about things that need fixing in mobile.
Enough of the holiday cheeriness. Last week I called out some of my favorite things about mobile, from the renewal of the gaming sector on handsets to the emergence of real localized utility.
Bah! Humbug! This is what I get from watching too many holiday specials. I find myself sidetracked from my usual grumpiness. Look at the calendar. Only two weeks left in December for gratuitous editorial list-making. So much to whine about — so little time.
To wit: my wish list for things that still need fixing in mobile. Read more from Steve’s posting at MediaPost’s Mobile Insider blog.
To this I added a comment wishing for the permanent removal of the phrase “Sequences shortened.” which appears in every Apple iPhone ad. I would allow the concept back but only if it was changed to “yada-yada” as in “Ever been on a call and your friend asks you when the dinner reservation is? Yada Yada it’s at 6.”
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