Tim O’Reilly on Flash and more

…Well, I’ve just joined the Macromedia board of directors, so that may tell you something about the importance I place on Macromedia. It’s important for Flash to become more open and more standard (even if only to the level of Postscript and Acrobat, which have widely been accepted as standards despite Adobe’s ownership, because of […]

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Motorhead, Dio, Iron Maiden, Sheryl Crow, The Goo Goo Dolls, and Bon Jovi

Chris Puzak risks his “indie street cred” but gives a great review for last Thursday’s Motorhead, Dio, Iron Maiden show for Blogathon. I was there too. We missed an opportunity to hang out it seems! Let me share my thoughts on a great night. I’ve never seen Motorhead before, but knew a few songs from […]

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Flash MX

Any pointers on great Flash MX sites for newbies? From a developer perspective? Update: You can download a fully functional trial edition (expires after 15 days) from Macromedia. It comes with a full set of tutorials to get you started. The environment kinda reminds me of VB and Paradox for Windows. moock.org’s blog is a […]

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Java@Mozdev

To “Turn Java into a first-class citizen of the Mozilla/XUL platform. This will enable developers to build applications where a Java backend can be used to interact with a Mozilla/XUL front-end, combining the power of Java’s server libraries with the interactivity and user interface capabilities of Mozilla.” Looks like a project to watch. Now that […]

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