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July 27, 2008

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alfie

Great mini post Tom, I couldn't agree more. What a lot of people don't really get either (I think) is that making an app for an iPown is only necessary when you need access to the iPowns device functions;GPS/Camera etc. Very few web players need that, and yet there are I don't know how many iPown specific *sites* there are out there. What's wrong with good XHTML that renders properly in the iPown Safari? Is there a good reason to make iPown specific sites? I may very well just be being dense so please do let me know what you think.

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