Watching the open web play with Processing.js
As we get closer to finishing Processing.js, it's awesome to watch people doing new things with it. Building a technology on the open web means new ways of interaction and deployment suddenly become possible. Take, for example, Robert O'Rourke's newly released PJSBox bookmarklet, which allows arbitrary processing code on a web page to be highlighted and then run in a lightbox type interface. The code uses jQuery to inject the necessary DOM scaffolding into the current document, before parsing and running the code in Processing.js. It's one of the many creative and interesting things that the open web makes possible, and I'm excited to see what's next.