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Rich Internet Applications – Bryan Zug’s Flat Hatter Collaborative

Bryan Zug's blog on interactive development and the art of thriving in a world of change.

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My Chumby Just Arrived

Tue, 08 Jan 2008 04:37:35 +0000

My Chumby just arrived — here it is (except mine is black) — and yes, this is a realtime reflection of what it is showing —

Way cool physics engine for the iPhone

Thu, 06 Dec 2007 18:55:00 +0000

A physics engine for the iPhone — just play the vid —

DevLearn 2007 Session

Wed, 07 Nov 2007 23:01:02 +0000

Here’s my presentation files from my session at DevLearn 2007 in San Jose today as .PDF (1.3mb) or .PPT (1.7mb) — Dave Wilkins of Knowledge Planet and I did a session called “Team-based Authoring: It’s About Time”.

Forget the Flex Schlock and the Silverlight Boutiques

Tue, 02 Oct 2007 13:08:13 +0000

Saw something interesting at the Seattle Drupal User’s Group meeting last week. (Background — Drupal is one of the leading open source content management systems.) Of the 10-12 people there, three of the group’s mainstays had just returned from Drupalcon — the big Drupal developer’s conference in Barcelona. As they ran down the list of […]

Helping Produce O’Reilly Ignite at Adobe Max

Tue, 02 Oct 2007 00:56:24 +0000

I am in Chicago this week to help produce the O’Reilly Ignite event at Adobe’s MAX conference. What a blast. It’s great to see something that started as a grassroots geek gathering in Seattle begin to flow out to national conferences like this. And, I’m working in a new role — slide producer instead of […]

Marching toward release of an open learning system…

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 14:07:11 +0000

I’ve been marching busily during recent months toward release of a 200+ lesson web based training system for the new phase of a clinical information system at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford. Hope to release details soon on the site so those of you in the elearning space can take a look. The architecture […]

Frozen moments in an age of technological wonder

Tue, 17 Apr 2007 15:04:33 +0000

There are moments that, ages from now, you will remember exactly where you were at when you heard the news. Like last night. I was driving back to my hotel in Palo Alto from the Web 2.0 Expo at San Francisco’s Moscone Center West. I turned on the alternative station and heard Loveline come on […]

Have arrived at Web 2.0 Expo

Sun, 15 Apr 2007 15:53:41 +0000

I am at the Web 2.0 Expo at Moscone West in San Francisco this AM. Got here early to scope out the power and do a Sightspeed video call with Jen, Thomas, and Ruthie back in Seattle. If you are here for the conference, shoot me a note or twitter me (bryanzug) and let’s hang […]

Great Primer on Open Source Folkways

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 14:38:01 +0000

A couple of weeks ago I noticed that two good friends of mine here in Seattle were cross posting on their blogs about Flash/Flex momentum and how a healthy open source governance structure might be helpful in pushing momentum even further. My natural question — have you guys met face to face? Wanna grab some […]

Udell on ‘Video Knowledge’ and my riff on the death of the specialist

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 15:03:40 +0000

Father of screencasting, Jon Udell has great post on the move toward video as a knowledge/rapid-documentation repository. After a few technical points, he hits this gem that completely jives with my experience on getting into the flow of screencasting — …you have to overcome the same natural reticence that makes dictation such an awkward process […]