Embrace the timeline….

On creating rich, flashy and immersive advertising experiences online by Owen van Dijk

If you got nothing to say, shut the f# up

with 3 comments

So i’ve been blogging for a few years (this blog started in August 2003, just after Flash MX 2004 launched) but the past year or two have been pretty silent over here. A lot has changed, both for me personally and in the Flash community blogosphere but this blog remained quiet and gained dust over the years while new blogs took over the Goog and MXNA posting funny, interesting, provoking or sometimes plain boring stories.

And though i stayed underground and had sometimes a very strong opinion on certain issues, i usually found out other people were faster and/or expressed theirs better than i ever could…

But now the silence is over. I’m back with new energy, new information and new stories that will be funny, interesting, provoking and sometimes just plain boring. I will keep the title MX Traveler, just for ol’ times sake and keeping a link to Macromedia Flash and Flex’s roots, when the term "Rich Internet Application" only seemed a marketing term coined by Macromedia and AJAX was a football club in Amsterdam. Keep an eye on this blog 🙂


Written by ohwhen

June 5, 2006 at 7:21 pm

Posted in Web/Tech, Weblogs

3 Responses

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  1. Welcome back Owen!


    June 6, 2006 at 5:30 pm

  2. It was indeed very quit!! Good to have you back online 🙂


    June 9, 2006 at 3:57 pm

  3. Hey Owen great to see you back and ready to rock.

    Go Oranje for the World Cup!

    Matt Voerman

    June 20, 2006 at 3:34 am

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