Posted on October 27, 2010
The Adobe Max day 2 general session was a well produced set of fake TV shows designed to entertain the creative and technical class attending the event. Most of it went of pretty well, but for me the… Read More
Posted on October 25, 2010
We just got out of the Adobe Max 2010 general session. There was a lot of information about where Adobe is taking Flash. They showed Google TV working with Air apps, and some really nice looking e-magazines developed… Read More
Posted on August 30, 2010
It turns out, a company has bought the “Commdore” name and is planning to create a PC housed in a Commdore 64 case. that’s awesome. However, personally can’t buy one as it is simply against my Atari sensibilities to do so. However, if Atari would do the same thing, with the Atari 800 (too large actually), 65XE (too small) or the 800 XL (just right), I’d buy it in a second.
So how about it Atari?
Full press release below:
COMMODORE ANNOUNCES EXCLUSIVE WORLDWIDE LICENSING RIGHTS
Companies ink deal to produce new line of All-In-One keyboard computers.
Posted on August 27, 2010
(not) Royalty Free H.264 (Might) Boost HTML5 Video & The Canvas, But Flash Still Has A Chance (Analysis) : Updated
Yesterday it was announced that MPEG LA, the patent holder for H.264 (MPEG-4) will “never” charge a licensing fee for video encoded as H.264 and delivered for “free” over the internet. What does this mean? Well it means… Read More
Posted on August 22, 2010
So I’m on a short trip with my family on California Highway 49, in the Gold Country. Specifically, we have been roaming Calaveras County, the very same county made famous by a certain Samual Clemons in his story… Read More
Posted on August 17, 2010
1Up.com is running a story from GDC Europe about the Google Chrome App Store. From the details provided, it looks like Google has a real winner on their hands. Here are the highlights from the article. Google Chrome… Read More