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Daniel Appelquist
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Morning session at yesterday's #edgeconf London where I moderated a panel on Web Components.
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New blog post: The #w3ctag  is running an event on the 4th of April in San Francisco, and you're invited.
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My lawyers are working on it ;)
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Very excited about our first #FirefoxOS  London Meet-up of 2014 - a workshop on #WebActivities  at  #Mozspace  featuring the stylings of +Francisco Jordano. The workshop has proved popular but we still have space available if you're interested in this topic. If you do sign up though, come prepared with Fiefox Nightly installed on your computer and be prepared to code.
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This is pretty awesome - a great example of what happens when you open up #APIs  : people will use them in unexpected and wonderful ways. 
I am really impressed with the novel use of the vibration feature of an iPhone coupled with the motion sensors to create a 360 panorama. 
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Fantastic post from +Mark Nottingham explaining the progress on and justification for "TLS for HTTP:// URLs" (née opportunistic encryption).
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Where is the best online retailer to buy the phones from? 
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Open Web Advocate at Telefónica Digital
  • Telefonica
    Open Web Advocate, 2013 - present
  • Telefónica
    Head of Product Management, BlueVia, 2011 - 2013
  • Vodafone Group Plc
    Senior Architect, Tech Strategist, Web & Internet Evanglist, 2002 - 2011
  • Vizzavi
    Software Development Manager, Vizzavi UK, 2001 - 2002
    CTO, 1999 - 2000
    Director of Content Management, VP of Global Technology, 1998 - 1999
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    Director of Engineering, 1995 - 1997
  • Visix Software
    Tech Writer, 1993 - 2005
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