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Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

They're going to do 40 minutes of technical demos for devs now, it seems. I think I should leave the keynote and recharge my laptop now. 


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

I really think that Google should pay more attention to selecting keynote speakers who are good speakers. I mean, Devs deserve to be engaged and entertained, too, right?


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Anyone try twitter for iPhone yet? 


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

President and CEO of VMware is on stage. They're doing something with Google. I feel okay about not paying a lot of attention to this because it has nothing to do with phones. I mean, I'm not "The Virtualization Dog," right?


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Twitter is officially failing. They said so on their blog.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Now there's a guy onstage wearing a hockey jersey. On the back his name is HTML and his number is 5.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

BTW, the WiFi here in the keynote hall is bad. And Twitter is balking at me. Maybe I SHOULD be using Wave?


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Now they're talking about Google Wave.  I still don't know what it is.

"Wave is about getting work done."

okay.

Wave is now part of Google Apps.

okay.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

SI editor was EASILY the most engaging speaker thus far.  Notable considering that this is not really a publishing - or, I'm guessing, hardcore sports - crowd.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

SI digital version includes upsell opps so you can buy the same camera that the SI photographer used to take his photo of Shaq. Which no doubt is way better than any photo you'll ever take with that same camera.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Sports Illustrated digital version for Chrome Store doesn't look all that WOW, but ... Every time this guy refers to "strong journalism" I get excited. Could use some of that in the geekier parts of the Web.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Sports Illustrated digital version being previewed for Google's Chrome Store. I'd love to know the business dealings behind this.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Editor from Sports Illustrated Group just took the stage. This guy knows how to speak to a room full of people.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

HTML5 version of TweetDeck, and some games, being shown off


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Engadget points out that Intel was not listed amongst Google's hardware partners when they announced the WebM format today.

Google launches open WebM web video format based on VP8 (update: hardware partners) 


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Lynch showing off a CSS animation tool for Dreamweaver. They really shouldn't let him speak, except to geeks. But when he said, "Isn't that cool???" even the geeks only gave him a very mild smattering of applause.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Kevin Lynch's demo of a dynamic clock was conceptually pretty cool, but the final product was a visual mess.  LOL.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Dreamweaver's Multiscreen preview looks pretty nifty for developers. But I'm not a developer, so I really have no idea.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Adobe: HTML5 is Great!


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Adobe's Kevin Lynch is showing off "Multi Screen Preview" for HTML5 development that's coming in Dreamweaver/CS 5.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Aha!  Here comes Adobe's Kevin Lynch.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Someone smarter than me just offered a theory:

The lack of mentions of Adobe and Flash isn't so much a backhanded way of saying, "We don't support you" as it is a very forward way of telling developers: "Use all of these APIs in HTML5 and develop for the Web. Circumvent App Stores." It's a united front against Apple.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

The CTO of Opera might be the worst keynote speaker ever


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Opera is onstage now talking about WebM video, Web fonts and SVG.  

Clearly the consumer whiz bang stuff comes tomorrow. I get it, I get it. I'm just sleepy and grumpy about it.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Someone smarter than me needs to explain to me if the entire lack of Adobe Flash mentions in this keynote, including the talk of "Open Video," means that Google actually doesn't support Flash and Flash video. I'm confused.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Mozilla dude onstage talking about how important "open video" is.  Sorry, Flash video, what?  Oh right, not being mentioned.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Maybe Google's strategy here is to build buzz on Day 1 so by Day 2 everyone is all, "ooh, what's coming???"  I hate it.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Lots of mentions of HTML5 during keynote. NO mentions of Flash.  Adobe much?


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Reporter next to me: "Clicker looked A LOT like boxee"


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

now there's a guy from Clicker.TV on stage.  This keynote is a joke. This stuff is cool, sure, but not worthy of a Day 1 Keynote that press are invited to.  This is stuff that you show on the show floor.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

MUGTUG Darkroom looks pretty cool. Web-based image editor using HTML5.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

A guy from MUGTUG is on stage. MUGTUG might be the worse name of anything ever. I bet it's cool, tho.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Demo of HTML5 Web notifications -- Gmail Web app triggers pop-up notifications via HTML5 APIs


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Demo of drag and drop attachment management in HTML5-enabled GMail.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

HTML5 is growing in mobile browsers and outpacing non-HTML5 enabled Web browsers.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

History of HTML5 in browsers. Expecting that by the end of 2010, "All major APIs will be supported by all major browsers."  Graphic shows that IE is lacking. Big geeky dig at Microsoft there.  Yuk yuk.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Opening remarks over, VP of Product Management comes on stage to talk about HTML 5.  They've teased that TOMORROW'S keynote will be the big one. And it starts at 8:30 instead of 9. I officially hate Google, what a joke.


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Hello!


Noah Kravitz
from 2010
Noah Kravitz

Talking about how HTML5 is making Web apps more powerful.


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