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MAX 2005 – Robert M. Hall Interviewed on SYS-CON.TV About His "Flash on Every Screen" Presentation

"Flash can be used in places other than on websites and desktop deployments."

In his 60-minute session here at MAX 2005 in Anaheim, CA, Robert M. Hall (pictured) has been demonstrating and talking about some unique projects where Flash was used in places other than on websites and desktop deployments. He also took time out of his schedule to speak with SYS-CON.TV.

The title of his session: "Flash on Every Screen."

"I have somehow managed to miss out on the MAX conferences for the last couple years, so I am excited to finally make it out to one," said Hall, who manages the Philadelphia Flash MMUG group.

In his session Hall dived into a bit of code here and there as well as talked about tips and techniques that he has picked up and developed over time. "It's a 60 minute session geared at exposing everyone to some of the possibilities and opportunities out there that Flash provides in areas beyond the desktop. I'll have a couple unique devices to show off as well."

He also dug into how Flash 8 can enhance developers' projects and gave the presentation once a day each day of the show.

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