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Daniel Appelquist
Daniel Appelquist is an American expatriate, living in London and working for Vodafone Group Research & Development. As a Senior Technology Strategist and Program Manager, he focuses on Web and mobile Web topics. He represents Vodafone in the W3C and in the Mobile Web Initiative which he helped create, and within which he chairs the Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group. He has also been involved with the development of dotMobi, the mobile top level domain. Before joining Vodafone, Daniel was a pioneer in the field of Web content and the use of XML, first working with publishers in the mid 90s to put content (notably, the journal Nature) online using SGML and later developing XML-based content management systems at TheStreet.com. He is a published author, a speaker on technology topics, evangelist and sometime dot-com CTO. Dan also founded the Mobile Monday London events last year and has been co-organizing the mobile2.0 one-day event on November 6th in San Francisco, focusing on disruptive innovation on the mobile and mobile Web platforms .
  Daniel Appelquist