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WWDC 2005

WWDC 2005 It's official - I've got my ticket for Apple's WorldWide Developer's Conference next month in San Francisco!

I Heart Apple.

Last year, they provided a pretty stable version of Tiger. I wonder what it'll be this year? What's next?! New hardware? Mobile? I'm cool with whatever.

My goal this year is to come out with a solid Widget or two to share with you all. If you're going this year, look me up!

May 12, 2005

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Show / Hide Layers in Dreamweaver

No Origin: Female-fronted Politifunk Vanessa, who works in the lobby of Baker & Hamilton, asked me to help solve a design problem for her band: How to keep from having to refresh the page, without using Flash, with no scrolling or frames?

Our answer: Show/Hide layers in Dreamweaver.

The result: No Origin - a voice for resistance. Listen to "The Draft".

April 12, 2005

Posted to CSS and Design and Dreamweaver and San Francisco at 09:47 PM | comments (0) | trackback (0)

Glimpse the Future

a lesser theatreRecently, I donned my hardhat and spelunked the 1st and 3rd floors here at 601 Townsend. Check out the lesser and greater theatres, the kitchen, and the vaults.

Under construction - should be completed in March.
 
 

February 27, 2005

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Head to Head to Head to Head

Head to Head to Head to HeadTwo good players, and two not-so-good ones gather around one of the 60-inch plasmas for a lunchtime game of Halo 2 in the Baker & Hamilton building.

9 out of 10 programmers agree that video games improve mental and manual acuity on the job.

February 11, 2005

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Pulling Cable in 601

Pulling Cable in 601
Here is a pic of the construction on floor 2.
Note the antiquated beams vs. the metal and cable.
Down the hall from us is the Mobile team.
 

February 10, 2005

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Baker + Hamilton

Baker & Hamilton building in San Francisco It's an entirely different world in our new building! The Dreamweaver team was one of the first to move in. We're on the second floor. The first and third floors are being finished now. Features: two arena theatres, a "living room of the future" (with all manner of Flash-enabled devices), shower facilities, a three (3) 60-inch-plasma screen gaming room on the 2nd and 3rd floors with wireless xBox, PS2, and Gamecube in each, retrofitted vaults, and a stone-oven pizzeria as part of the cafeteria on the 1st floor.

The Baker & Hamilton property is an historical building in San Francisco, almost 100 years old. The inside has been stripped down to its original wood and brick, and outfitted with the latest desk designs and free-standing ventilation and digital pipes. Very retro chic.

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