An early interview about the DOM Notation project from THE COMPUTER CHRONICLES (1987… interview begins at 5:15)
As some of you may know, I’ve returned (involuntarily, but now happily) to working for/running the Dombrower Corporation as an independent Consultant, Developer, Creative Director, Product Designer, Freelance Web Executive, whatever. I’m having a great time and get to work my own hours and spend lots of time with my kids.
When I left IAC (see Projects History Page to see what I was doing there) in December, a dear friend pointed out there was no baseball simulator for the iPhone. So, both as a labor of love as well as a much needed catharsis, I spent 4 months porting the Earl Weaver Baseball II engine over to the iPhone as EWB BASEBALL.
Also, I feel very fortunate that several start ups have reached out to me for my help, advice and, in some cases, time. Currently, I’m helping out at Big Green Company
(the makers of Big Green Rabbit which can be seen country-wide on PBS or on the web) and several other Boulder-based companies.