Fed up with the web

Alan Kay alan.kay at squeakland.org
Fri May 26 16:07:53 UTC 2006

Check out http://www.logowiki.net which was done by several of us, 
including Avi, Colin Putney, myself, etc. This uses the Pier wiki, but the 
Logo interpreter is all done in JavaScript, so the Logo part of the pages 
is WYSIWYG and does not require editing modes. This could be done for Etoys 
as well (with a fair amount of extra work).



At 06:55 AM 5/26/2006, Darius Clarke wrote:
>Somewhere Avi had a Seaside demo where he presented the Squeak desktop as 
>a graphic to the web browser. Clicking on the graphic in the browser sent 
>the click through to Squeak so you could browse through your Squeak 
>environment. No text entry, dragging, or animation. Perhaps not too hard 
>to add those with javascript libraries.
>On 5/25/06, Keith Hodges 
><<mailto:keith_hodges at yahoo.co.uk>keith_hodges at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>Dear Brad,
>I am getting psyched up to do this, Its going to be a quest, a rally
>call, I think time and effort spent seeing if I can deliver a squeak
>hosted web page  will be time well spent. Heck I dont care if my users
>have to load a plug in, if I just pause to think about it I just hate
>the web architecture that much. These new technologies dont even have
>rotation in their base rendering engine, I just took the trash can for a
>360 degree spin just to remind me how good it feels and working in a
>code browser rotated at 33 degrees just because you can do it and no one
>else can!
>Step 1, I discovered Text Tool in tweak, and it works! Bliss
>Step 2, find some more fonts, X11 Fonts are there in SqueakMap, could
>use some more though.
>Step 3, lets go get that Squeakland plug in....
>All new Yahoo! Mail "The new Interface is stunning in its simplicity and 
>ease of use." - PC Magazine
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