I was reading jkOnTheRun this morning and found their article on the updated mobile web standards published today by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The W3C announced updated standards and published the Mobile Web Best Practices and XHTML Basic 1.1 guidelines for website designers.
I know many readers here have been browsing the web on our mobile devices for years, but with the iPhone really making the consumer more aware of the "mobile web" there are more and more people surfing on the go. It is good to have some basic standard guidelines to help make the mobile experience better and these standards were created with input from several different people involved in the mobile space. The W3C is also developing resources to help people create content that is also mobile optimized and accessible for those with disabilities. Check out the press release for more discussion on these updated standards.