Archive for May, 2010

Audio Web applications

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

By way of Slashdot, it looks like the folks who are building the experimental audio support in Firefox are making really fine progress.  You get to manipulate the raw audio data using Javascript, more or less in real time.  They’ve even had some success with doing the FFT’s in Javascript (I didn’t expect that would […]

Ten Years of SOAP

Monday, May 17th, 2010

Ten years ago today, at the 9th International Web Conference in Amsterdam, we held a panel discussion to introduce the SOAP networking protocol to the Web community.   Just a week before, the SOAP 1.1 specification had been posted as a W3C Note.   Many legitimate criticisms have been aimed at SOAP in the years since, but […]

Improvements to the posting on saving Nikon D300 and D300s settings

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

The January post titled Nikon D300 hint: saving your settings has been the most popular of the year.  I’ve just updated it with some clarifications to the information about getting back to the camera’s factory default settings.  Follow the link above to see the updated post.