Fear not, for we have returned! We discuss the merits of jQuery, how trolls prosper on the web and Joshua Noble tells Seb about his journey from Flex to Open Frameworks.
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Links for this episode:
Jon Tan – gentleman web designer http://jontangerine.com/
Matt Rix – http://trainyard.ca
Cocos2D – http://cocos2d-iphone.org
Joshua Noble http://thefactoryfactory.com/
The Killing – http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0049406/
Robert Hodgin – http://roberthodgin.com/
Receipt Racer – http://vimeo.com/24987120
mTagger (grafitti recorder) – http://thefactoryfactory.com/mtagger/
Theo Watson – http://theowatson.com/
Evan Roth – Graffiti Analysis – http://graffitianalysis.com/
Panda Board – http://pandaboard.org/
Raspberry Pi – http://www.raspberrypi.org/
12 days of CreativeJS http://creativejs.com/category/12-days-of-creativejs/
FITC Amsterdam http://www.fitc.ca/events/about/?event=125
Music: Iain dragged some loops onto the timeline in Sony Acid Music.