I just came across this method for embedding Flash in a way that supports web standards (via RedSplash). It looks like it may be a good alternative to the Flash Satay method. It validates as HTML 4.0 Strict, but not as XHTML.
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- Pixi.js v2 released. The best 2D drawing lib got a lot better. http://t.co/oAe5EULwLX Great stuff from @Doormat23
- My new WebGL game is running at a nice ~60FPS on Chrome, Safari, FF, IE, iOS and Android. I guess WebGL has arrived :) #threejs
- Maps Of Street Layouts Colored By Orientation http://t.co/2mwuCqygt3 http://t.co/0lYXZeWzsW
- Nice mobile interaction on http://t.co/myGicKA3im from @bigspaceship + @bartekd
- Beautiful detail on this micro site by @williamapan: http://t.co/lpkyQ3YS5n love the upgrade message :)
- A new dubstep music visualizer. Stick around for the drop. http://t.co/7OOWusAkjQ Best with chrome. http://t.co/yEXDhS9GkW
- Drone racing Star Wars style via VR headsets: https://t.co/BzqbsOX0U1 RT @timsoret
- IndieCade Game Festival is this weekend in Culver City: http://t.co/nMVe4PL1lK Always a good time.