Day: March 16, 2010

Those in the Flash community when looking to solve a technological problem come up with a singular solution. We’ll bang it, slam it, heat it, cool it, bend it, trim it, do whatever we can to hack something into formation in the pursuit of providing a working solution to the problem. Often-times this may even work… (more)

LED-Backlit IPS Display

The high-resolution, 9.7-inch LED-backlit IPS display on iPad is remarkably crisp and vivid. Which makes it perfect for web browsing, watching movies, or viewing photos. With iPad, there is no up or down. It’s designed to show off your content in portrait or landscape orientation with every turn. And because it uses a display technology called IPS (in-plane switching), it has a wide, 178° viewing angle. So you can hold it almost any way you want and still get a brilliant picture, with excellent color and contrast. (more)

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I have been reading an awful lot in regards to the seeming end of Flash use around the internet for video and general use. Apple and Adobe doesn’t see eye to eye on the matter. Whether it’s around the money generated by the iTunes Store, battery life, the lack of a mouse on an iPhone/Touch/iPad, etc. I have seen a great amount of astounding technology lately. In the form of… (more)

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Blogger has now instituted a non-FTP way of doing things, and on May 1st that technique of blogging will be tossed out the window. I could migrate and retain all of that information, but I have always been curious about WordPress and all of the nice things that can be plugged into it. So I thought to myself, “why not try it out?”

And so I have. I haven’t been blogging a whole lot recently but I have been pretty busy with things you might find interesting. So I decided that a fresh start would be welcome by both me and the public… (more)

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