Today, the crew at Carson Systems has announced a new conference, the Future of Mobile in London on November 14th.
It has quite the prestigious lineup of mobile industry dignitaries such as Brian Fling, Daniel Appelquist, Andrea Trasatti, Tom Hume, Luca Passani, and others.
This just continues to validate what I’ve been saying about how the Web is moving in a mobile direction (and in some cases or parts of the world it’s already there.) People want to take the Web with them wherever they go.
We need an event here in Washington DC about the Mobile Web. MobileWebDevCamp? What do you think?
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) HTML validator its probably one of the most used tools for someone who works on the Web.
Well, the W3C just launched a redesign of the HTML validator. While it looks a little cleaner, it’s not going to win any design awards.
Next time, they should take suggestions from the Web design community. I’m sure a lot of people would want to help because we all use the tool so often.
The New W3C Validator Design
The Old W3C Validator Design