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From Over the Air, 2011, Bletchley Park, UK.

The mobile web—or whatever we want to call it—is still in its Wild West phase, crazy, chaotic and exciting. Right now, being successful on the web is getting more complicated, to the point that it can feel impossible to succeed.

We can’t fix everything right now, but by
thinking in a future-friendly manner and
relinquishing control we never had in the first place, we can help shape the future of the web.

From Over the Air, 2011, Bletchley Park, UK.

The mobile web—or whatever we want to call it—is still in its Wild West phase, crazy, chaotic and exciting. Right now, being successful on the web is getting more complicated, to the point that it can feel impossible to succeed.

We can’t fix everything right now, but by
thinking in a future-friendly manner and
relinquishing control we never had in the first place, we can help shape the future of the web.

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Crap! It doesn't look quite right, or, how I learned to stop worrying and set my mobile web sites free

  1. 1. Crap! It doesn’t look quite right Or: How I learned to stop worrying and set my web sites free Lyza Danger Gardner / lyza@lyza.com @lyzadanger / Over the Air, 2011 Monday, October 3, 11
  2. 2. Hi, there, Bletchley Park. My name is Lyza. Monday, October 3, 11
  3. 3. I love the web. photo by lukew Monday, October 3, 11 Hi, I’m Lyza. I love the web. I always have. Ever since the 1990s, when the web was just a wee baby.
  4. 4. I hail from Portland. Hi! Monday, October 3, 11 I live in Portland, Oregon, USA. In fact, I was born and raised there. This is actually seriously unusual. Portland is the kind of place people want to move to, and increasingly, it’s hard to find actual natives.
  5. 5. Monday, October 3, 11 In Portland, we are known for our coffee.
  6. 6. Monday, October 3, 11 Our beer...
  7. 7. Monday, October 3, 11 ...and our foodie inclinations.
  8. 8. Portland is also famous for its hipsters, bikes and other stu! I don’t have photos of. Come visit. It’s fun. Monday, October 3, 11 And a host of other trendy things. Portland’s grown a reputation of late and is particularly the darling of the New York Times, which publishes fawning articles about its quaintness regularly. As you can tell, I’m proud of the town. And it also has a strong mobile development community.
  9. 9. Portland + Interwebs + mobile + I

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