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Wow, last summer I had the opportunity to attend The Wharton Web Conference which featured Steve Wozniak in a Q&A Keynote. I also had a special opportunity, thanks to Wharton and Tim Allen to have dinner the Woz.
Growing up on Apple, this was an amazing experience. During his keynote, Steve talked about Apple, Google, open vs closed systems, education and shared his thoughts on several technology trends. One story that stuck with me, was how he had less than a week to create the first disk drive for the Apple II right before a conference. He created the first gen version which then went into production and provided a way for us to save less than 1mb of data onto a portable media.
After dinner, he signed the groups phone or anything you had with you. I went with the iPhone 4, which was my phone at the time. A couple of the guests had him sign an Android device, which I expected to explode (haha).
Looking forward to going again this week, a great event if you can attend:
A great video to demonstrate current challenges on delivering content on various mobile hardware and platforms today. It’s getting better, but slowly.
Whether you are developing a new course, selecting a new LMS or thinking about developing a mobile app you’ll need to understand what’s involved in designing and delivering content on mobile devices from smartphones to tablets to hybrids, this webinar will provide a overview of what you need to define, how to sketch out concepts, prototyping and testing your ideas and then how to deliver. You’ll learn about apps vs web apps and understand which works best.
The webinar topics cover:
Improving Your Project Management, Brainstorming, and Prototyping Tools and Techniques
View/Download a copy of HTML5 – Beyond the Hype and understand why you should be moving to the new standards. Learn why its important in the evolution of web apps and content delivery, what key technologies you should learn today to take advantage of and dissect several examples of HTML5. Presented at Wharton Web Conference in Philadelphia 7/10/12.
Understanding Flash, MPEG 4 & HTML 5 Video
Two additional items which makes HTML 5 exciting are:
If you are free on Thursday nights from 8.30 – 10pm eastern, checkout the weekly chat where the moderator posts a question and everyone chimes in with input. The chats have taken place over the past 9 weeks and the logs are posted on their blog at: http://lrnchat.wordpress.com/. Great concept and way to learn from people in the field.Learn more at:
One of the area’s of a web site that is often forgotten is the error or maintenance page. Here’s a couple of creative examples of major names, Adobe, Twitter and LinkedIn that I’ve grabbed over the last couple months. Would love to see any great examples you might have to share with everyone.