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New Meetup: Hash Table: How Flashy is tomorrow's web?

From: Barrett C.
Sent on: Monday, May 17, 2010 8:01 PM
Hi all. This is to let everyone know our Hash Table meeting this week will be Wednesday at Slice on Magazine at 7:00 PM. Please RSVP so we can make accurate arrangements.

I also posted some links below on the topic for those who are interested.

I hope to see you there.


What: Hash Table: How Flashy is tomorrow's web?

When: Wednesday, May 19,[masked]:00 PM

Slice Pizzeria
5538 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115

Update: The location for this month's meeting is Slice Pizzeria at 5538 Magazine St for 7:00 PM. Please RSVP.

It's time again for another Hash Table.

For those that don't know: Hash Table is gnocode meeting where we discuss a "controversial" topic over dinner at a local restaurant.

Our topic this month is Flash, it's place and future on the web. Most people have probably seen Steve Jobs' recent "Thoughts on Flash". This has added to a growing controversy about what the web is and how non-html technologies like Flash affect it.

Here is some reading on the topic:

Steve Jobs' 'Thoughts on Flash'

Gawker writer "exchange" with Steve Jobs

Scribd switchs to HTML5 - TechCrunch

Flash is not a right

IE9 sides with HTML 5 and H.264 - MSDN

Adobe abandons iPhone tools- PC Mag

Hulu sticking with Flash - IntoMobile

The Future of Web Content: HTML 5, Flash and Mobile Apps - TechCrunch

Does HTML 5 Really Beat Flash? The Surprising Results of New Tests - ReadWriteWeb

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