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Webmonkey Blog
Monday, 8 September 2003
Woah! Where have you been?
Mood:  don't ask
Now Playing: free jazz
Hey now, looks like about three weeks have frittered past. And that's a rather obscure word, but one that we learned by listening to a lot of Pink Floyd. I'm talking about the word "frittered" here, folks.

Why have we been neglecting the blog? Because we've been putting in so much work on the Webmonkey site! There are three new articles this month, plus more to come in a few days. We've also seen a rise in the number of Flash experts out there since Scott Gilbertson chimed in with his rundown of scripting in Flash and Mike Kay gave us a peek at Flash MX 2004. Can you blame them for getting excited?

Did you spy those new context-sensitive text-based Google banner ads at the bottoms of our pages? Pretty slick. A fine bit of engineering on display.

This week is the Seybold 2004 conference in sunny San Fran. We've got a contingent descending upon the premises, and we'll have some updates here and a full report over on Webmokey before week's end. So, stay tuned!

Posted by michael calore at 12:07 PM PDT
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Tuesday, 16 September 2003 - 7:07 PM PDT


I saw those banner ads, they're grrrrreat! ;-)

Thumbs up for our pals at webmonkey!

Wednesday, 3 December 2003 - 4:33 PM PST

Name: KParker
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You guys do a great job with the tutorials! I think I come here mainly for the completeness; what isn't here is in the spec and few other places. I owe thanks to those excellent, enlightening articles; without them, I wouldn't understand a thing at W3C at all(or anything in my graphics editors, at that)! The rewarding moment being when I can read through a W3C recommendation and learn a whole new language/technology on the spot (MathML, just yesterday). I hope you continue to cover the smartest, the wackiest, and the most confusing topics as they come; that's what I always come back for.

Ok so I come back only like thrice a week unless I'm stuck on a problem. But still. :D

Seems more than a couple months have frittered past since you posted that. No matter. Someone might notice this someday. :D

Monday, 19 July 2004 - 9:06 AM PDT

Name: Tushar
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Nice web log.

Wednesday, 20 July 2005 - 12:17 AM PDT

Name: jack
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I am waiting foe you're new article.

Sunday, 31 July 2005 - 9:27 PM PDT

Name: Paul
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Quite intresting article posting.I enjoyed reading this.

Saturday, 6 August 2005 - 1:55 AM PDT

Name: Harry
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Quite intresting article posting.I enjoyed reading this.

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