So Long,Farewell,Auf Wiedersehen…Mar 24, 2009 By Joshua Allen
And so we say “Goodbye” to another excellent MIX conference. MIX09 is finished, and MIX10 is announced for next year, but we will continue publishing cool new open source experiments and articles here at MIX Online. We’ll be bringing you code-name “Glimmer” soon, and a super top-secret project shortly after. Come back to visitmix.com regularly, or subscribe to our twitter feed to always get the latest.
All of the session and keynote recordings are now available online. We are especially happy to be able to bring you three sessions about projects that have been featured here on MIX Online in the past couple of months:
- A Website Named Desire (visit the site)
- Oomph: A Microformats Toolkit (see the labs page)
- Descry: Interactive Infographics (see the labs page)
In addition to the session and keynote videos, we worked hard to bring you in-depth video interviews that provide more context to go with the partners and announcements you saw in the keynotes:
- Bill Buxton Conversation with Gary Hustwit, creator of “Objectified” and “Helvetica”. Absolutely fascinating!
- Bill Buxton discusses “Return on Experience”
- Expression Web SuperPreview. Preview your web pages in a variety of browsers and pixel-compare to your comps.
- Netflix is making more money with Silverlight
- Radio Station KEXP created a hot new seamless online/offline experience for video and music.
- Bondi’s Digital Archive of past Rolling Stone and Playboy magazine issues.
- Dean Hachamovitch discusses the complex tradeoffs in creating the world’s most popular web browser
- Deborah Adler delivered the inspiration in the Day 2 keynote.
- OneRiot’s Sexy Web Slice, Visual Search, and Accelerator featured in the IE8 keynote
- SynapticMash is an interesting startup focused on educational institutions
- Eduify is an online service for students, and a partner at MIX09