- We underestimate the impact of the mobile as the computer everyone has in their pockets at our peril.
- The impact is less likely to be an evolution of what we do on the web and more likely to doing things centred around the local, social, ever-connected nature of portable devices.
- I really want what [Dwolla](https://www.dwolla.com/default.aspx) offers. And I want to be able to leave my wallet at home as a result.
- HTML5 is way more capable that I expected, in the right hands.
- Lots of lip service is being given to HTML5 and Andriod, but it was the building for iOS session that was packed out…
- I really like the between sessions music at this conference… 😉
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A packed and hot room for a panel on the current state of publishing on mobile.
Katie King back in the chair.
Kate Milner, mobile product manager, BBC News
Tablets and mobile are changing how people are accessing BBC News content.
Traditionally, they’d focussed on the lunchtime peak of