Re: Keywords, direct navigation, and search layer 2 (was: RE: "so -called" keyword and layer 3)

James Seng/Personal <jseng@pobox.org.sg> Mon, 10 December 2001 03:57 UTC

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From: James Seng/Personal <jseng@pobox.org.sg>
Subject: Re: Keywords, direct navigation, and search layer 2 (was: RE: "so -called" keyword and layer 3)
To: Yves Arrouye <yves@realnames.com>, 'Michael Mealling' <michael@neonym.net>
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There are differences on a cell phone compared to a PC. There are more
restriction on a cell phone than a PC, and therefore, an organization
would have differnet content. But that is a second level detail, for
example, differential IE browser, from Netscape, from i-mode browser,
from j-phone browser, from GSM, from GPRS etc.

But the bottomline, all of them are browsing.

If we have an agreement that we need a second level of detail, then Yves
might be right. Otherwise, I am incline to support Michael that all of
them are just browsing.

-James Seng

----- Original Message -----
From: "Yves Arrouye" <yves@realnames.com>
To: "'Michael Mealling'" <michael@neonym.net>
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Sent: Monday, December 10, 2001 9:48 AM
Subject: RE: Keywords, direct navigation, and search layer 2 (was: RE:
"so -called" keyword and layer 3)


> > In my mind at least, the service type has more to do with what
> > the user is attempting to do with the sls-name than what the
registrant
> > of the name wishes the user to do....
>
> Browsing on a PC versus browsing on a cell phone are two very
different
> activities for the user. And many organizations have content for both
> activities. I would like whatever we build to support that.
>
> YA
>