[Kid gloves are off, and I’m with Clark:][link]
>For all of Jakob Nielsen’s many great contributions to web usability over the years, his advice for mobile is just 180-degrees backward. His latest guidelines perpetuate several stubborn mobile myths that have led too many to create ‘lite’ mobile experiences that patronise users, undermine business goals, and soak up design and tech resources.
There are no mobile browsers, just browsers. Handicapping your site on “mobile” is a good way to bug your users and make your site less useful to them.
[link]: http://www.netmagazine.com/opinions/nielsen-wrong-mobile “Nielsen is wrong on mobile | Opinion | .net magazine”