[fr] Notes prises à l'occasion de la conférence Future of Web Apps (FOWA) à Londres.
*Here are my live notes of this [Future of Web Apps (FOWA)](http://www.futureofwebapps.com/) session with [Om Malik](http://gigaom.com/), [Michael Arrington](http://www.crunchnotes.com/), and [Ryan Carson](http://www.carsonified.com/). They are probably incomplete and may contain mistakes, though I do my best to be accurate. Chances are I’ll be adding links to extra material later on, so don’t hesitate to come back and check.*
*steph-note: arrived really late to this session (not quite as late as Arrington, though), so vaguely trying to pick up a few snippets here and there as I get organized for the day.*
Gphone. Gphone. Gphone. *steph-note: as I was entering the room.*
Launching a DRM-free music store would be a good business idea right now. But please, says Om, not another Office clone. We have enough.
Plugins. Facebook. [Organizing the buddy-list](http://climbtothestars.org/archives/2007/08/16/we-need-structured-portable-social-networks-spsn/). Facebook Appls: we haven’t seen that many game-changing apps (besides Scrabble, says Om).
Om: Facebook as directory service. Ryan: critical mass. BBC/Radio4 talk about Facebook.
Arrington thinks there is a chance that Facebook will go the [portable social network](http://microformats.org/wiki/social-network-portability) way. (Ryan seemed skeptical.)
Arrington: more mobile stuff, and more “virtual reality” — using your body to interact with the computer.
Om loves his Crackberry.
- BarCamp Lausanne: Wuala (Dominik Grolimund) [en] (2007)
- FOWA: Making Your App Social (Rashmi Sinha) [en] (2007)
- My Notes of FoWA Autumn 2007 [en] (2007)
- FOWA: The Future of Presence (Felix Petersen & Jyri Engeström) [en] (2007)
- Ankur Shah & Gi Fernando: (Facebook API) Disrupting the Platform (Web 2.0 Expo, Berlin) [en] (2007)
- Lift12 Extreme Hackers: Hojun Song, Open Source Satellite Initiative [en] (2012)
- Lars Trieloff: i18n for Web 2.0 (Web 2.0 Expo, Berlin) [en] (2007)
- World Wide Paperwork and Administrivia Day (WoWiPAD) and Website Pro Day (WPD) [en] (2007)
- LIFT08: Guy Vardi (Casual Games) [en] (2008)
- Lift13, Resilience and Resistance: Konstantina Zoehrer [en] (2013)