Flash video n' related stuff

FlashForward Boston Discount

Jun 13, 2007 Author: Lisa Larson-Kelley | Filed under: Announcements, Resources

The folks as FF have graciously given me a discount link to share with you, the dear reader. You can save $50* at the FlashForward registration checkout with this code: LN231BST

Cya there!
*Does not apply to Film Festival/Expo Hall Pass

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New speaking engagements!

Jun 12, 2007 Author: Lisa Larson-Kelley | Filed under: Announcements

We’re booked for presenting on several upcoming conferences: FlashBelt next week in Minneapolis, FlashForward Boston in September, Adobe MAX in October, then Flash on the Beach in Brighton UK in November…


We’ll be presenting on various Flash Video-related topics. Click on the banners on the left for more info — hope to see you there!

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FitC Toronto 2007 Resources

Apr 22, 2007 Author: Lisa Larson-Kelley | Filed under: Resources, Tutorials & Code

Flash Video: The Basics and Beyond!

Thanks to everyone who attended our session kicking off this year’s Flash in the Can festivities in Toronto. Here’s a link to grab the source files. We’ve included AS3 versions as well.


Remember, all these examples (and much, much more…) are in our upcoming book, Flash Video for Professionals. Follow the link in our previous post to preorder on Amazon!

Flash Video for Professionals listed on Amazon

Mar 14, 2007 Author: Lisa Larson-Kelley | Filed under: Announcements, Books & Articles, Resources

Flash Video for Professionals Wiley Publishingflash video for professionals coverRenĂ©e and I are currently working on Flash Video for Professionals, to be published by Wiley, and it’s now available for pre-order on Amazon! You can buy it here: Flash Video for Professionals: Expert Techniques for Integrating Video on the Web. We’ll also be posting some excerpts here to give you an idea of what we’re working on as we finish it up. Feel free to leave comments, feedback and requests!

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FITC Hollywood Resources

Nov 10, 2006 Author: Lisa Larson-Kelley | Filed under: Resources

As promised, here are the links to resources and references from our Flash in the Can Hollywood presentation, “Are You a Freelancer or a Business?” Thanks to everyone who made it out, and we look forward to FitC Toronto in the spring!

Business Style

Go it Alone!

The E-Myth Revisited

Focus : The Future of Your Company Depends on It

Successful Freelancing: The Complete Guide to Establishing and Running Any Kind of Freelance Business

Full-time freelancing : 10 things learned in 180 days

The Nuts and Bolts of Launching a Career in Freelancing or Consulting

The Creative Business Guide to Running a Graphic Design Business


Complete Idiot’s Guide to Business Plans

Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity

Starting a Business


Clients and Profits

Web ReDesign 2.0: Workflow that Works


No Logo

How to Ruin a Web Design – The Design Curve

Contracts & Money

Graphic Artists Guild Handbook: Pricing & Ethical Guidelines

Business Taxes

How to Create a Freelancing Contract

Business and Legal Forms for Graphic Designers

Howard J. Samuels, CPA, MST
S&C LLP – Certified Public Accountants
65 Broadway, 8th floor
NY, NY 10006
hsamuels (at) s-cllp.com

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Welcome to FlashConnections, the official blog of go:toGroup Inc!

Oct 2, 2006 Author: Lisa Larson-Kelley | Filed under: Announcements

Here you will find random thoughts, links and resources relating to all things Flash, especially Flash Video.

// Renee & Lisa

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Adobe Community Professional Author, speaker, developer, geek, mom.

Flash Video for Professionals book
Our book, Flash Video for Professionals, is now shipping! This is the book we always wanted to have by our side when developing Flash Video applications. It takes a holistic approach -- from concept, to client interaction, to application architecture. With code examples in AS2 and AS3, you can get started right away (and ease your transition from one version to another). We cover all aspects of Flash video including encoding, using the components, creating your own custom players, filters and transitions, buffering issues, hosting choices, and more.
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