Month: August 2010

You can slyly get your nom nom on when you’re at your next Flash conference and things have you feeling a little bored. You know just about everyone there has a cool messenger bag stuffed with their laptop, schedule, Android …

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It’s not very often when I come across a modern artist that piques my attention, especially one that works in something other than graphite or oil paint. It’s just how I am wired, a little old fashioned in this regard. …

Artist: Jae-Hyo Lee Read More »

I must be pretty daft to nearly lose my mind every time I want to use NSNotificationCenter on the iPhone… for uses beyond a basic method call someplace in the wild. I want to send information. I am posting this …

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I suppose I could have just tossed this over to Flickr but I thought this was pretty awesome. An enormous 12-sided dice I stumbled upon.

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[polldaddy poll=3646844]

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Another incredible work of art by the boys. Up the irons! Have you heard what they said on the news today Have you heard what is coming to us all? That the world as we know it will be coming …

When the Wild Wind Blows Read More »

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[kml_flashembed publishmethod=”dynamic” fversion=”10.0.0″ useexpressinstall=”true” movie=”” width=”500″ height=”350″ targetclass=”flashmovie”] [/kml_flashembed]

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In OS X Snow Leopard, for a long while now, every time I’d double-click a SWF, it would open an executable (projector) that I made over a year ago. Not the SWF I wanted, just that projector file. If I …

Strange SA Flash Player behavior (solved) Read More »

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