Monday, May 21, 2007
Sunday, May 13, 2007
And while presenting is a nice boost for my ego, what I really hope to accomplish is:
- Stimulate discussion for the creative use of the WebKit HTML control.
- Encourage other Flex or Apollo n00bs to give it a try. I wasn't a Flex or Java developer before I started DryerFox, and I had it up and running in a few days. I think that speaks volumes for the short learning curve.
- Consume some good espresso and good micro-brew (but not at the same time).
I hope to see you there. Drop me a note if you plan on attending.
I've been swamped over the past couple of weeks, so I thought I'd post a re-run link to a video I made from the recent Red Bull Flugtag event in Vancouver.
I condensed the 3 hour event into a 3 minute music video. I still think the best vehicle was the giant boombox.
Monday, May 7, 2007
There is DryerFox sitting at #6! w000000000000000000000000t! I rule!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nothing warms my heart more than the comments of “useless, but I like it!” or “There’s no sense in explaining it; suffice to say that it’s absolutely useless, but we just had to mention it.”
Hooray for pointless endeavors!
DryerFox even beat out Scout from Adobe Labs! (#9 on the list, and an excellent web developer tool in its own right. I used Scout to help me hack-out DryerFox).
It looks like my blog is getting quite a viewer spike from all of this. More than half of its traffic ever is from the last 6 hrs.