Archive for October, 2005
So, yesterday was my birthday. Important and symbolic things happen on my birthday. 10 years ago, I flew to San Francisco on the 28th for my first Macromedia conference. I landed and canceled my rental car and business hotel reservations and found some funky old hotel downtown instead. Then I walked through the city on [...]
Ever since I bought my 2nd generation iPod, back in 2001 or whenever it was, I dreamed of having it hooked up so I can listen to it in my car. Oh, sure, I tried the various cheap solutions. Those wireless FM modulators are crap. All of them. Low volume, static, drifting, and that high-pitched [...]
I posted my summary of the conference today at Director Online. The only thing new is my thoughts about some of the news, after thinking about it for a day. In general, I’ve very positive about the future of Director. I also liked the comment that Thomas Higgins made about Adobe’s interest in 3D, and [...]
OK. The Conference is over. I’m writing up my thoughts now for a Director Online article. I’ll update and link to it from here as soon as it is ready. Hopefully today, but maybe tomorrow.
Some other coverage: Dave Fekke’s blog, JD’s blog, Michael Hagel, and Beedigital Blog lists the MAX award winners.