Does anyone have any thoughts on the best way to handle mobile versions of 
content? Specifically arguments for and against how the BBC handles different 
formats - including mobile, simply by appending a format type to the end of a 
canonical url.
Ie. is the base url is the mobile version is the same data in xml format is the rdf representation of the 

VS the generally accepted alternative to doing mobile which is to provide a 
different domain, such as mob. Or m.

Anyone have any thoughts on pros/cons of the two methodologies? Just curious to 
see if anyone else has implemented the BBC method?

Sam Dwyer

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