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Presentations: Focus on Mobile Web

This year Web 2.0 Expo has created three Focus tracks emphasizing parts of the Web undergoing tremendous change & having significant impact on our lives: the Mobile Web, Social Platforms, and Web Operations . Each Focus Track is built on a comprehensive set of discussions in a core topic, with participation from experienced industry-leading speakers.

Focus on Mobile Web will happen on Thursday and will have four sessions that cover the state of the market, platform deep-dives (iPhone, Android, and Mobile Ajax), and mobile design.

As sales of ringtones and mobile applications decline, developers and content creators need to reconsider how to make money from mobile users. Looking to models used on the desktop Internet is increasingly attractive.
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You've built your social networking site, embraced RoR, and Ajax-ified your stale 1.0 web presence. So what's next? Your audience is no longer sitting still—they are on the move and you need to keep up. WIth content migrating from desktop to mobile devices, flat-screen televisions, and GPS systems—you need to embrace multiple distribution systems and migration to a new environment and approach.
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The Web and mobile ecosystems are converging, with the Web an evolving medium extending to embrace the mobile platform. New applications of existing web technology are bringing these platforms to life—allowing mobile user experience to live in the Web.
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The mobile web is not just about accessing the Web from your phone—mobile phones that are location aware, temporally situated, and socially connected will transform our experience of the Web, the world, and ourselves.