Archive for November, 2004

Article on Game Development in Colorado

The Denver Business Journal interviewed several game developers from Colorado, including myself, for an article. The print edition came out on Friday and included a nice picture of me and Will as well. You can read the article online starting today.

Posted on November 8, 2004 at 8:14 am by Gary Rosenzweig · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Groove Creator Now Working on 3D IM Games

Thanks to Darrel Plant for pointing out a article, originally published in the New Your Times about my old friend Jules Urbach. Jules is teh co-founder of 3D Groove. Originally an Xtra for Director that allowed you to do 3D way before the current 3D Xtra. Groove is now a stand-alone product. And, according to […]

Posted on November 6, 2004 at 12:40 pm by Gary Rosenzweig · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Where I Think Director is Going

This is a tough thought to ponder. Since I may or may not know about what the engineers are thinking about for the next release, I would prefer to not think about the very next release. Instead, I will think about the far future — Director 13 or 14. Mind you, this is purely speculation. […]

Posted on November 5, 2004 at 1:35 pm by Gary Rosenzweig · Permalink · 5 Comments
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The Future of Director is Bright

I was recently asked about Director’s future. I’m very optimistic, basically. I’ve got some good reasons for being so. 1. I believe that DMX and DMX04 are selling well. No concrete info here, since Macromedia doesn’t release sales figures. But I get that feeling from the people I talk to at Macromedia. 2. The know […]

Posted on November 4, 2004 at 9:32 am by Gary Rosenzweig · Permalink · 8 Comments
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Macromedia MAX Conference Under Way

So this is the first time since the mid 90s that I have missed a Macromedia conference. The last one, MAX at Salt Lake City, was fun but just didn’t have enough Director stuff to interest me. There was a ton of Flash stuff, but almost all of it was about “business enterprise” applications rather […]

Posted on November 3, 2004 at 5:42 pm by Gary Rosenzweig · Permalink · 2 Comments
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