Thursday, January 31, 2008

January Meeting - Recap

Thanks to those who came to the meeting last night, especially Glen Williams for presenting. Also, thanks to for providing mugs to everyone. If you have any comments about this, future meetings, or anything else, please feel free to post a comment!

Here's a recap of the meeting and some helpful links:

Glen Williams, a local internet developer with extensive experience with all of the Adobe products, presented: How to Plan and Execute an 'Online Broadcast of an Event' with no Budget.

Adobe - Visual Communicator 3

"Adobe® Visual Communicator® 3 software offers hundreds of customizable graphics, music clips, and special effects to create video presentations that look like a television newscast."

Build a Hackintosh Mac for Under $800

"If the high price tag for Apple hardware has kept you from buying a Mac but you're willing to roll up your sleeves and get adventurous, you can build your own "Hackintosh"—a PC that runs a patched version of OS X Leopard."

PlayStation Portable homebrew

Thanks to Craig for telling us about the PSP homebrew. If you'd like more information, he suggests reading up on Team M33 and iR Shell.

Adobe - Adobe CS3 : Device Central

"Adobe® Device Central CS3 is designed to boost the efficiency and productivity of creative professionals and mobile developers who want to produce innovative and compelling content for a broad range of mobile phones and consumer electronics devices. A regularly updated library of device profiles, combined with intelligent integration between Device Central CS3 and the other Adobe Creative Suite® 3 components, simplifies the mobile authoring workflow and makes it a snap to preview designs and test content on the desktop — before loading it on the target device for final testing."

Spry framework for Ajax

"The Spry framework for Ajax is a JavaScript library that provides easy-to-use yet powerful Ajax functionality that allows designers to build pages that provide a richer experience for their users. It is designed to take the complexity out of Ajax and allow designers to easily create Web 2.0 pages."

Special "Can't Miss" Meeting - February 25, 2008

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