Steve, Just want to thank you for all of the innovations you pioneered in the computer industry and beyond. My very first computer was an Apple IIe. I remember the excitement of opening the boxes, connecting the 80 column video card to the Apple monochrome display, connecting the dual 5.25 inch external floppy disk drives, […]
No one likes a slow website, college students and alumni are no exception. We’ve all had the dream — it’s three minutes before class or an important final, you’re running through the quad in your underwear, and you can’t find where you need to go because the university website is slow to load on your […]
Choreographed windows, interactive flocking, custom rendered maps, real-time compositing, procedural drawing, 3D canvas rendering…this Google Chrome Experiment has them all. Like early experiments with Adobe Flash in the late ’90s, the Google Chrome team and artist Chris Milk explore the current possibilities and boundaries of HTML5.