Monthly Archives: June 2007

Flash 9 with Quartz Rendering Support

Adobe has released a public beta of Flash 9 with CoreGraphics rendering support on Mac OS X. Trunk has support for CoreGraphics plugin rendering, so if you’re using a trunk nightly of either Camino or Firefox you’ll benefit from this. … Continue reading

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The Plague

I just finished reading The Plague by Albert Camus. It is a pretty brilliant book despite its not being very exciting. There are more than a few parts that make the somewhat boring stretches worthwhile, including this part that warmed … Continue reading

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Back from WWDC

I got home today from a fantastic but tiring 10-day trip to the bay area. So much happened that the idea of blogging about all of it makes my fingers ache so I’m just going to write about a few … Continue reading

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Ready for WWDC

I flew out to San Francisco today for WWDC. The flight was awesome for two reasons. First of all, I watched Dirty Dancing for the first time during the flight and it was wonderful. It was hard to not just … Continue reading

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Mm Mm Musicals

I’ve been listening to a lot of musicals for the past two months, thanks to John Lilly though he doesn’t know it. One day at the Mozilla offices I accidentally started listening to a musical that he had on his … Continue reading

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