I sent an email to Toyota based on their Flash popping up right in my face over top of the article I was reading with absolutely no close button. This happened 3 times while I was trying to read articles on Wired.com. I send them an email… and got a processed response back as well as another spam email asking me to take a survey… I’m a developer and know how to uninstall my Flash OCX, but users don’t, and there will soon be a market for Pop-up killer like programs for making Flash not work. This is bad news. Read what I sent.
Dude, has it always been this diffucult to call someone overseas? I thought it was as easy as just dialing in the numbers… stupid phones. I just learned (I think) about international codes (like 011) and country codes (16 for Australia, I think?). Phones are whack, yo. Now I know how non-computer literate people feel about computers; I feel the same way about phones.
I just released my new light component set aimed at designers and novices to Flash who want results fast. Please feel free to download and distribute them to friends, colleagues, and other companies that may need them!
<a href=”http://www.jessewarden.com/downloads/JXL%20Lizz-ite%20v2.0.mxp”>JXL Lizz-ite v2.0 – MXP</a>
<a href=”http://www.jessewarden.com/downloads/JXL%20Lizz-ite%20v2.0.zip”>JXL Lizz-ite v2.0 – ZIP</a>
Found a bug today in <a href=”http://www.macromedia.com/software/drk/productinfo/product_overview/volume1/flash_components_set3.html#4″ target=”_blank”>FToolTip</a>, one of the components that comes with <a href=”http://www.macromedia.com/software/drk/productinfo/product_overview/volume1/” target=”_blank”>DRK1</a>, in <a href=”http://www.macromedia.com/software/drk/productinfo/product_overview/volume1/flash_components.html#3″ target=”_blank”>Component Set 3</a>.