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Deal With It

May 7, 2012 in Community, Tech

My love affair with Flash goes back to 1998 and Flash 3. I was a hard-core Director user and teacher and, frankly, I didn’t think it could get any better than that. Of course what I didn’t expect was to have my Course Coordinator toss a box with a red swirl on the cover on […]

R Blank

Industry Responses to HTML5 & Flash in 2012

April 27, 2012 in Business, Community, Tech

Over the course of the past six months or so, the conversation seems to have settled quite a bit. Whereas much of the 2010 and 2011 discussions on HTML, Flash and web technologies were laced with (often emotionally-heated) misleading abstraction (for example, last July, Fred Cavazza posted on Forbes, lamenting how the discussion about Flash […]

Robert Reinhardt

Solving HTML5 Video Problems with Adaptive Streaming

March 1, 2012 in Tech

In my last article, I discussed the confusing landscape of options in online video delivery. Now, I want to outline an online video solution that has the greatest payoff for your investment of time and resources. Every client approaches me with a unique set of objectives for their video content; some clients want to offer video […]

R Blank

Will HTML5 Ever Catch Up to Flash on Features?

March 1, 2012 in Tech

I’ve been scanning Twitter quite a bit lately for mentions of HTML5, because while the landscape for interactive technologies is far more complex than just HTML5, that is where a lot of the discussion is happening. I saw one tweet last week that mentioned how HTML5 had “not yet” caught up to Flash’s features. I, […]