Monthly Archives: May 2008

new composition for Composition

Well, ShopComposition has decided to ditch their Flash interface (which was awesome) and use HTML with some extra JavaScript sauce. I love Flash (and have a career because of it), but it’s great to see great alternatives. *note – I tried it in Firefox (2.0.0.14) on the Mac, but it seems to work smoother in […]

Sebrx

I just went live with product site for Sebrx. The site was done for my client, Revision Skincare. A thanks goes out to Josh Jennings at AirLevel1 for the solid development support.

“I think you’re born an artist or not.”

Robert Rauschenberg, American Artist, Dies at 82 Anything you do will be an abuse of somebody else’s aesthetics. I think you’re born an artist or not. I couldn’t have learned it. And I hope I never do because knowing more only encourages your limitations. – Robert Rauschenberg Robert Rauschenberg. Bed. 1955. Combine painting: oil and […]

the followers

The iPhone is more of a competitor to the Blackberry than I had originally thought. Seems RIM has started a Blackberry developer fund just like Apple & KPCB did on March 6, 2008. They’ve also put 50 million dollars more into the pot than KPCB’s 100 million dollar iFund. It also seems RIM is launching […]

Zune Marketplace closed for business

I didn’t plan on trashing the new iTunes competitors when I woke up this morning, it just happened that way. I stumbled upon this story about the new Zune Marketplace, naively thinking I might be able to test drive it on my Mac. HAHAHA!!! Silly Mike. You pea brain. I’ll just pre-emptively mark this one […]

career advice

BBC News: GTA game smashes UK sales records The title sold a record 609,000 copies on its first day of release, generating an estimated £24.4m ($48.5m). The previous record holder was GTA: San Andreas, which sold 501,000 copies in 24 hours in October 2004. and: The game currently has an average review score of 98.7%, […]