Tag Archives: software

Director 11 – there’s life in the old dog yet

This is a surprise: Adobe announced Director 11 – the follow-up release to Director MX 2004. After years of speculation Adobe seems to be committed to develop Director further. There is a rough comparison chart on the Adobe site which compares Director to Flash. I am not quite convinced the advantages of Director over Flash […]
Posted in Interaction | Also tagged adobe, authoring, director | Leave a comment

Tinderbox 3.6.3

One of the tools I love to use is Tinderbox. The homepage says: “Tinderbox is a personal content assistant that helps you organize, analyze, and share your notes.” I just downloaded the latest beta version (3.6.3 b17) and found that it has a list of improvements that push it forward again. If you never heard […]
Posted in Contemplation | Also tagged this_blog, tinderbox | Leave a comment

CSSEdit

CSSEdit appears to be one of the best CSS Editors for Macintosh around. Xyle Scope was a perfect tool to analyze CSS, but CSSEdit includes a very good editor.
Posted in Tools | Also tagged css, webdesign | Leave a comment

Tinderbox to database publishing?

Right now I set up this weblog to be rendered on my laptop and upstreamed to the server with normal HTML pages. This somehow put the burden of organizing the site on Tinderbox. But somehow I get interested in the idea to let the server care for the public face of my content and rather […]
Posted in Programming | Also tagged this_blog, tinderbox, weblogging | Leave a comment