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



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Join me at Presentation Camp on Saturday April 4th, 2009

Fri, 03 Apr 2009 15:22:18 +0000

Will be joining my pals Kathy Gill, Scott Berkun, Brady Forrest, and Buzz Brugeman (among others) for Presentation Camp Seattle on Saturday April 4th 2009 at the University of Washington. Here’s the schedule and the skinny — PresentationCamp is an ad-hoc gathering of passionate folks who want to share, interact and spread the love around […]



Blackboard Patent to Be Re-examined

Mon, 29 Jan 2007 15:32:34 +0000

Since I’ve weighed in on this issue before, I wanted to note — word has come via Harold and Chris of a Slashdot report that: “Groklaw is reporting that the US Patent and Trademark Office has just ordered a re-examination of the e-learning patent owned by Blackboard Inc, thanks to a filing by the Software […]



ArtRage sketches on zooomr

Sun, 17 Sep 2006 18:24:03 +0000

Whoops — posted this to the wrong blog — you can find this post on my personal blog if you are interested.



If Hell froze over yesterday, does that make Microsoft or Palm Satan?

Tue, 27 Sep 2005 15:22:04 +0000

When I saw the images on engadget last Friday of a Treo running Windows Mobile, my first reaction was – this is September, not April 1. Got the same reaction when I told Steve Kaiser, one of the smartest Microsoft developers (and nicest guys) I’ve ever met. A couple of seconds later, I changed my […]