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It seems that Flashkit is getting a redesign now. I canÂ´t remmember of any redesign at this website for years. Maybe that’s why it looks a little strange now.
Jon Gay and Robert Tatsumi (the creators of Flash) have teamed up with Gary Grossman (the creator of ActionScript) and Peter Santangeli (former vice president of engineering at Macromedia) to create a new start up company named Software As Art.
“While Flash technology is usually synonymous with brand Web sites and special effects, bare-bones HTML is thought more appropriate for transaction-focused sites like Amazon.com.
Nike’s newly refreshed e-commerce site, NikeStore.com, fights this notion by exclusively using Adobe’s Flash platform.”
Jumpcut Goes to Yahoo by ZDNet‘s Ryan Stewart — Jumpcut, one of the most promising video sites on the web has gone to Yahoo according to the Jumpcut blog and TechCrunch. Unlike most of the other video sites out there, Jumpcut had built up a very cool Flash interface that allows its users to edit their videos on the fly. It gives amateur vloggers […]
Seems to be the first portable media player to come equipped with Macromedia Flash.
Opera has removed the banners, and licensing fee.
The new Smart Gallery enables eBay users to present their other ongoing sales and products in a 3-Dimensional Interactive Flash Gallery. Learning the lessons from other similar services, K’nubi’s galleries are well-designed, truly eye-catching and have new features enabled.
Dave Navarro Selects VitalStream’s Content Delivery Network to Provide Video and Audio Streaming to Online Fans
VitalStream Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: VSTH), a streaming media solutions provider and international content delivery network, today announced that Dave Navarro, guitarist for rock band The Panic Channel, is leveraging the VitalStream streaming media platform to share video clips of his most entertaining endeavors through his Web site, www.6767.com. Navarro is also a former guitarist for rock bands Janeâ€™s Addiction and Red Hot Chili Peppers.