Webmonkey by Wired has a special place in my heart. It was my one-stop dev resource when I used to be a coder, working in London at beeb.com in the late 90s.

It’s a site that’s been around for ages. In fact, if it was entirely possible for a website to be older than the internet itself, then this would be it.

And I’m pleased to see it’s still going, strong. Here is a pretty cool piece from the Webmonkey blog that I picked up today on what works, and what doesn’t, on the mobile web.

Where the mobile web wins: Quick Reference, E-mail, Voicemail, Address Book, Geography, Access.

Where the mobile web loses: Getting work done, Magazines and Newspapers, Photos.

More here.

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