Ummmm... sure, ok. I'd like it.
But this argument falls flat with this "big site" with tons of resources (Facebook, Twitter and sometimes also Google products) that offers f*cking mobile dedicated domains/experiences!
This social apps is not quality-content driven, so maybe they do not deserve a quality front-end.
I don't know. Really, tell me. Why the goal is not a mobile friendly (default) website? It's not another Web, right?
Why Google for the best experience re-route mobile traffic to mobile-optimized pages? If the tecnology is there, why mobile-optimized pages exists at all?
We can rebuild
himit. We have the technology.
Or we can build the tecnology first, if is not all there.
Like Techcrunch. Nice work man, I really really liked it.