The Here Web is the web on mobile devices.
RusselBeattie says ITS A BIG DEAL : http://www.russellbeattie.com/notebook/1008112.html
PaulGolding : Becoming a mobilist : http://www.paulgolding.me.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1&Itemid=45
- BillSeitz links RossMayfieldsThreeScalesOfNetwork to JoiIto's discussion of FullTimeIntimateCommunity and wonders if we need to add FullTimeNetwork to the Mayfield classification : http://webseitz.fluxent.com/wiki/z2004-04-03-FullTimeNetwork
: That's starting to sound like / add depth to TheHereWeb.
[Mobile http://zby.aster.net.pl/kwiki/admin.cgi?MobileSocialSoftware Mobile Social Software] falls into that category -- ZbigniewLukasiak
June 2004 :
Does SiliconValley get it? : http://www.russellbeattie.com/notebook/1007866.html
Nokia's web-services arhcitecture : http://www.projectliberty.org/resources/whitepapers/Web_Services_Nokia.pdf
Oct 2004 :
- Mobile Games : via http://hci.stanford.edu/cs547/abstracts/04-05/040901-ajkim.html via http://www.usabilityviews.com/uv008783.html
Back in 2000 I thought it still wasn't clear quite what the mobile web was for or where real killer applications would be. I think this text is only gonna be around for a little longer ...
Current thinking ranges through ...
quick-lookup restaurant / what's on guides,
an alternative credit card for making payments,
reproducing the near web whenever you need it,
reproducing the far web whenever you need it
Obviously, reproducing the other webs doesn't play to the strengths of mobile, but is, for some users, highly desirable. Considerable disappointment set in with WAP when it was realized that something that had originally been billed as "the net on your mobile" was nothing like the web.
To find what mobile specific apps. could become hits, it might be worth considering actual, succesful applications for mobile devices :
Voice communication (phones)
Music (Sony Walkman)
Gaming (Nintendo Gameboy)
Final question - does the "Here Web" merge with the next category, the "Voice Web"?
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