Posts tagged ‘recommended reading’

Doing cool stuff with Flash

A few months ago I encouraged my friend Kevin Musselman to start blogging. He had been doing a lot of interesting stuff with Flash and I told him should be writing it down and sharing it with the community. He took my advice and has some interesting posts up including:

If that’s the sort of stuff that interests you, head over there and subscribe. I’m looking forward to seeing what else he’s got up his sleeve.


One blog that every team should be reading

My general expectation for blogs is for them to provide me some basic value. Every now and then you should probably post something insightful, interesting or funny to keep me coming back, but I certainly don’t expect you to blow my mind with every post.

That’s why I’m so impressed by one blog that knocks it out of the park every time!

I’m talking about ParticleTree from Ryan, Chris and Kevin at Wufoo.

They don’t post that often, but when they do, it’s good. The article they posted today is no exception. What’s cool is that they aren’t that far ahead of us. Not too long ago they were building their product at Y Combinator in Boston. They have gone through the whole process of starting a Web 2.0 company and are eager to share what they have learned along the way.

They have some really practical articles like:

Wufoo guys, thanks for the great posts! Let me know if you’re ever out in Colorado. I’d still love to meet you all in person.