MTV Movie Awards, new software, and Flash Forward

Talk about a busy month! I’ve been completely swamped with work on the MTV Movie awards website. I also upgraded my Powerbook to Tiger (that would be Apple’s OS X 10.4 for the non-nerds). Everything went very smooth and no hiccups or anything.

I also installed Adobe’s CS2 suite, and am enjoying the look and feel of the new apps, although I haven’t had much time to explore many of the new features. One small note as far as that goes: The Chopping Block did a bunch of work on sample files and other things for the CS2 release, including my FlashObject code hiding out in the Web Photo Galleries that use Flash.

And last but not least: I’ll be speaking at the next Flash Forward in New York on July 6th to the 8th. I’m sharing a session with Matthew (one of the owners of The Chopping Block) that will be a sort of Chopping Block retrospective with our technical secrets mixed in. Most likely it will be lots of talk about Flash and the role it has played over the last 10 years or so, and where Flash will be going in the near future, and how to use it effectively. Translation: lots of talk about hybrid XHTML/Flash websites and using Javscript (FlashObject) to embed your Flash movies.

4 thoughts on “MTV Movie Awards, new software, and Flash Forward

  1. I was searching how to embed quicktime movies on a website. Sometimes in life one question can be the first footstep into a wider greater quest. I followed the google link to your “how to”. So far it is the most coherent. Eventually I will understand how to pull the whole thing off. Thanks for the posting.

  2. hello, just i really love the kubrickr that you offer at
    but i want my own photos to be generated to the kubrickr… can i do so?
    if you don’t mind, please write a comment in my blog….i’ll be very happy to hear from you. thanks

  3. Hey, I actually didn’t have anything to do with the kubrickr thing. I think it’s really cool and useful, but the only reason my name is on that page is because he used one of my flickr photos for the sample photo.

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