Please take a moment to review our new 5×5.wirelesswatch.jp website. Indeed, The ®evolution Continues. Yoroshiku!
The Mobile Web Initiative, part of the W3C and described in this week’s WWJ Newsletter, has set up two public mailing lists: email@example.com (dedicated to discussion associated with the Best Practice Working Group), and firstname.lastname@example.org (dedicated to discussion associated with the Device Description Working Group). If you’re interested in participating in public discussions or if you have something to contribute, the folks running the Initiative would love to have you sign up.
Rotan Hanrahan, chair of the MWI Device Description Working Group and member of the W3C Advisory Committee, says: “There will be times when the group will call for public comments or reviews of work they have produced. This is when we (the public, other organisations, interests and working groups) should respond (to agree, disagree or suggest).” More info is available at the MWI site: http://www.w3.org/2005/MWI.
Some sage advise when entering new turf; Stop, Look and Listen.. it’s also good to secure a local guide. Japan is the cradle of mobile civilization – we been been dedicated to this space since 2001 – trust our archives here offer some useful material.
Domestic activities continue to set the pace, and sharp players are looking at global markets. We have hard-earned industry expertise and trusted network of contacts with access to advanced intell. and potential deal flow. Need a lift.. Ok, buckle-up!