Proposal:Mobile platform flexibilities

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  1. Achieve continued growth in readership
  2. Focus on quality content
  3. Increase Participation
  4. Stabilize and improve the infrastructure
  5. Encourage Innovation


  • To continue as an advanced encyclopedia of knowledge, multimedia-friendly upgrades must be made to ensure state of the art support for users' utilization of mobile platforms.


  • The cellular telephone and smartphone devices have single-handedly altered the course of history. Perhaps the most technology-laden instrument ever created by humans, it utilizes almost every aspect of communication, television, and music media available and has the potential to create others, yet undetermined. Wiki must grow to include these advances, as they occur, thereby investing in technologies, insuring its own survival and adaptation.


  • Arghh! Avast all you software pirates, I grant thee immunity from prosecution as long as ye ne're profit at the expense of troubleshooting advanced technologies for obscenely-obese telecommunications conglomerates!
  • In other words, these improvements will not come quickly to those who value profit over advancement. Let the highschool kids experiment and become adept on their devices without reprisal, the monthly fee is usually paid in a timely fashion.

Key Questions

  • HOW?
  • A) Simple, use the email 'contact us' the second you know something about something, forget about your measly percentage of $1,000,000,000; the chicks love generous, modern philanthropists.

Potential Costs

  • Investing in the future is everyone's concern, just bill NASA!


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