Tag: software

The triumphant return

The Z-Issue went down for quite a stretch of time after the switch to a new server. Couple the move with the severe lack of time that I’ve had lately, and it makes sense that there wouldn’t be any new posts for months. I have finally gotten all the bugs worked out, and now the …

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Alternatives to AIR?

No, no, no, this isn’t going to be an article about some crazy new breathing apparatus. Rather, it regards some new technology related to the web-desktop interface that I discussed briefly in my article yesterday. I stumbled upon this new program known as Adobe AIR. Today, however, while perusing the Gentoo mailing lists, I found …

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I’m gasping for AIR

Recently, Adobe Systems released a new, and very innovative piece of free software called AIR. As far as I can tell, this program seems to be a synthesis of the concepts driving Java and already-existing web technologies like Flash and Shockwave. As I just found out about AIR, I haven’t really had enough time to …

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