We found out this week that hot dogs are a choking risk for children. Knowing how many times I’d seen my siblings or children of friends gag on hot dog bits at picnics, this is not surprising. Maybe rather than putting big warning labels on food that it’s a choking hazard, we need parents with more common sense. I’m not sure how that is supposed to happen though, Darwin would be confused. On a much more awesome note, twice in one week the US plays Canada in Olympic Hockey. Thursday the women play for a gold medal (rather than just seeding and bragging rights the men were playing for on Sunday). After tuning into both semi-final womens’ games, I’m certain it’s going to be a fantastic matchup and very fun to watch. In the meantime, there is much work to be done here at DDA. It might not be worth a gold medal, but it’s certainly world class.
We are getting ready in the office for a visit from a very high profile client who is using us to develop an interactive medical learning tool. We are sprucing things up and making sure that we don’t have a client finding that chair in the kitchen that wobbles too much. I will continue working on the interactive media and video ‘flipbook’ websites we have going on. One of the designs keeps getting tossed around from person to person without progress, so it will land finally in my lap once I’ve completed the other two flash based projects I’ve been entrusted with.