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Jason Teague

Ask me, ask me, ask me

By Jason Cranford TeagueJul 1, 2009

Do you have a question about Web standards, CSS, JavaScript, Ajax, interaction design, user experience, or Web typography? Maybe you just want to know "How'd they do that?" Ask me questions, and each week I will select a question to answer via my blog.

Karyn Johnson

Searching video on your new iPhone 3G

By Karyn JohnsonJul 11, 2008

If you waited in line last night to buy the slick new Apple iPhone 3G this morning, you're probably now discovering all the wondrous features, such as the improved audio quality, true GPS, and the ability to surf the Web while you talk on the phone (hence, the "3g").

Adobe announces Acrobat 9

By Victor GavendaJun 3, 2008

Yesterday, Adobe announced Acrobat 9, a major upgrade to the popular cross-platform and cross-media publishing tool.

Karyn Johnson

YouTube video analytics tool gives filmmakers a boost

By Karyn JohnsonMay 2, 2008

There is a new trend among creators on YouTube: to release your full-length feature film.

Karyn Johnson

NAB, Adobe, and the future of broadcasting and film

By Karyn JohnsonApr 18, 2008

I popped over to the Adobe booth at NAB yesterday to see if I could learn a little more about CinemaDNG, a new industry standard the company is developing  for raw video. As luck would have it, Hart Shafer, Adobe senior product manager for Production Premium, gave a preview of several things to come for filmmakers and broadcasters alike. (This being well timed after a somewhat dismal keynote I attended that morning from renowned futurists Alvin and Heidi Toffler.)

Karyn Johnson

Peachpit TV available on newly released Adobe Media Player

By Karyn JohnsonApr 11, 2008

Last year at this time during the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) conference, Adobe had announced the Adobe Media Player, a desktop application for video content that would run on AIR and deliver an engaging experience to viewers while giving content publishers the ability to distribute video, create ads, and build businesses around media assets.