Last night, I attended the The Silicon Valley iPhone and iPad Developers’ Meetup at Bistro 412 in Palo Alto. The venue used to be called Fanny and Alexander (or F&A for short) for as long as I could remember. I photographed several events at F&A, including a Smurfy Brown performance back in 2002. Eight years … Continue reading iPad Meetup
Our Autumn Gem application for the iPad won the Future of Publishing Award at iPadDevCamp! We developed this application to show the potential marriage between film and iPad. Going beyond a normal movie, we bring the story of Modern China’s first feminist, Qiu Jin, to life with interactive elements, historical information and movie clips from … Continue reading Autumn Gem for the iPad Wins at iPadDevCamp!
I’ve been busy at iPadDevCamp this weekend, working on the Autumn Gem for the iPad application. It’s exciting to work with Ivan and Dominic from XBureau to build this application, which introduces the story of Qiu Jin using the innovative and exciting features of the iPad. Haven’t taken too many photos, but will be shooting … Continue reading iPadDevCamp 2010
For the religious, this past weekend was Easter. For the Apple faithful, it was iPad launch weekend. Since I attended the iPad Announcement Event, I had the opportunity to use the device before the general public; so, buying it was not a problem, finding a place from which to buy it was! Currently, Rae and … Continue reading Personal Reflections on the iPad
I got an email today from Sir Izaac reminding me that today was the 16th anniversary meeting of the Stanford Newton User Group. I had completely forgotten about it. Man, has it been that long since the first SNUG meeting and seventeen years since I’ve owned a Newton?!? There are kids today who don’t even … Continue reading SNUG 16th Anniversary Meeting
I had a great time at my first WWDC. Aside from photographing the keynote, I didn’t take too many photos during the conference; I was too busy taking notes and learning iPhone development and debugging my projects for Snow Leopard compatibility. Here’s a sampling of photos that I did take during the keynote and at … Continue reading WWDC 2009