iphone.facebook.com

Coolest feature: Provides an automagic, one-click way to dial up all of those Facebook friends.

Observation 1 (I know, I’m repeating myself): Don’t “friend” people who you don’t want to have the ability to have an automagic, one-click way to dail your phone number.

Observation 2: In my opinion, this is the best execution I’ve seen yet of a web-service optimized for the iPhone version of Safari.

More detail: Mashable.com

Later: No way is it as cool as iphone.facebook.com, but this is a clever marketing gimmick from a market niche that is infamous for its lack of clever marketing gimmicks: mobile.harpercollins.com.

  • scott

    if the iphone can deliver the whole internet, why make optimized sites? lol @ things that make me go, “hmmm.”

  • Rex Hammock

    Actually, in Steve Jobs-speak, a web application optimized for the iPhone version of Safari is called “an iPhone application.” I prefer to call it what it really is: a web application optimized for the iPhone. When I can download an application that runs on the iPhone desktop, I’ll call it an iPhone application. In the meantime, this is very cool.