Imagine being able to edit a document in google docs, then right click, and select a group of co-workers in the field to send this to and it seamlessly adds the snippet to their mobile device. How about being late for a boring meeting, you're reading a great article online... right click-> "send page to me" and have it automagically become a viewable file on your mobile device. How about being able to have your sales team have up to the minute pricing lists in a single location, without having to digg(I swear I can't use just one G anymore) through mounds of email to find the newest attachment.
Microformats can help the information brokering along. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to see a form on a website, send that form to your phone, fill it out on the train and upload it back at your leisure?
Maps, contacts, grocery lists, pictures, etc... it should all be able to travel with you wherever you go. The future of the browser is information manipulation. Reading web pages is great but putting what you read to use for you is power.