Category Archives: Massive

Practical Applications Of Finite State Machines In Web Development

In my last post I described the basic State Machine/Theorem Prover developed in JavaScript – here is a recap, update and continuation of that post based on the latest development. And BTW – This is my presentation for WebJam 08 … Continue reading

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Chome Market Share – The Economics Of Supporting A New Browser

I’ve been tracking Google Chrome’s market share. This is important because as web developers we get clients wanting to support the top ranked browsers. Normally clients want just IE, FF and Safari supported  Sometimes this includes list Opera. At its … Continue reading

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No Emmy For Us.. Again

Yet again, we are the bridesmaid and not the bride. And the winner in our category of Best Interactive Channel was So its congratulations to everyone involved – its an honor just to be nominated! Next Year Gadget! Next … Continue reading

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Massive's New Theme Song

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Another Emmy Nomination For Massive Interactive

The cool thing about being able to work at Massive is that you straddle the extreme technical end of making things scale, in the web ‘C10k problem’ sense, combined with the demands of the general public TV audience. It combines both … Continue reading

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Article On ZDNet About My Presentation At Remix07

‘New media designer Massive’s chief technical officer, James McParlane, for example, discussed the MCE version of the company’s V8 Supercars channel, which combines actual telemetry information for particular cars with video from those cars — or uses the MCE box … Continue reading

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Massive Has A … Ugh….

Someone didn’t really think this through. This means I’m not preparing any food in the new Kitchen…

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