Wednesday, March 25, 2009

We Have A User's Manual

So far, the largest gap in this effort has been the lack of a user's manual. That problem ends today.

Pamela Henry, a VME volunteer, put a considerable effort into developing and donating a manual to the Blink effort. The Blink Manual is available in the downloads section of the Blink site.

The manual is currently available in pdf format. When time permits, we plan on converting this to a web based format as well.

A special thanks goes to Pam and Volunteers for Medical Engineering, Inc. (VME) for this effort.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Blink Goes To JavaOne

We will be presenting Blink at this years JavaOne Developers Conference. This presentation was chosen from over 1,300 submitted abstracts.

This talk will provide an introduction to Blink, then take a deep dive into the technologies and implementations that make Blink work.

If you plan on attending this years JavaOne conference, please check out session TS-4182.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Blink at MICCA

Over the winter holidays I demonstrated the Blink software to some friends. One of them, a teacher, was excited on how this software could help him in the classroom. Well, one thing led to another and we will be presenting Blink at the upcoming MICCA Conference, a conference for Maryland Educators Using Technology.

We are currently developing the presentation and will be posting it to the Blink site after the conference.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009


Welcome to "The Blink Blog", the place for all things Blink.

It's been very busy at Blink System, LLC as we prepare for our initial release of the Blink software. We are in the process of setting up the web site for software distribution and support, an alpha version of the software is now available for download, and we'll soon be introducing Blink to the world.

Stay tuned to "The Blink Blog" to find the latest status, events, news, and all things Blink.