September 20, 2006
Back Home from Flashforward Austin

After a short but wonderful sidetrip to New Mexico I've finally returned home from what was a really exciting Flashforward. I've seen some awesome sessions like Brendan's or Craig's and unfortunately missed some others like those by Jeremy, Branden, Chafic or Grant.

A big thank you to everybody who attended my session despite the top-class lineup in the parallel tracks and a special one to everyone who spoke to me afterwards and made me feel good - wow, I think that I've never before received such an amount of positive feedback after a talk. Since many people asked: all the illustrations for my screens, the t-shirts and buttons where drawn by the wonderful Jasmine T. (unfortunately her site is down for maintenance at the moment).

Since I will hold my "Mashup Baby!" session again soon on FITC Hollywood I will not upload my session notes yet, but if you are desperately interested in them you can send me an email and I will send them to you. You will find my email address in the printed session notes.

Here are the links to the main items I showed:
Clockr
Tagnautica / Tagnautica Del.icio.us Edition
Anavision (This is the stage frontend of the engine running a demo playlist)
Picturedisko (as I hopefully mentioned on Macs you will unfortunately hear no sound, due to the missing MIDI support of Processing/Mac and it will also show an ugly backward-compatibility bug with Flash Player 9 in Firefox. So either use Internet Explorer with Flash 9 or Firefox with Flash 8)
The Stake (this qualifies probably for "Web 2.0" which means: permanently BETA)

Posted at September 20, 2006 12:39 AM | Further reading
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