iPhoneDevCamp, iPhone, Safari and Microformats

I wish I could attend iPhoneDevCamp but unfortunately I won’t be in the area (or in the right country for that matter ;-) ). I just read Chris’ post about iPhoneDevCamp and I think these are the right reasons to make the iPhoneDevCamp. There are a few facts that support Chris’ view: In the first week Apple sold 700,000 units The iPhone is closed for outside application, but not for web applications Having a couple of million units out (after it is also sold in Europe and Asia) means there are a couple of million users using Safari on their iPhone and want to get the right experience in all/most sites. [Read More]

Crawling to the people

Yaniv let the cat out of the bag about some of our ideas for making other parts of the search and its relevant data open, free and accessible to all of us. I’d thought I’ll add some background and my thoughts on the subject. First, the idea was iterated a couple of times when we were in that place where you have a solution(s) and you are seeking a problem(s) to solve. [Read More]