This is a bundle of patches intended to help get you off the ground in using mobile phones to control Max.
By popular request: the object counter I use to count objects and patch cords of my patches.
A set of five volumes, in comic book format, intended to introduce electronic music and inter-disciplinary thinking to students at the middle and high school levels (or for anyone who loves experimental media, post-disciplinary thinking, Max/MSP/Jitter, and comics!) There are five volumes currently available at this website - which can be downloaded as .pdf's or viewed as .html files in a browser.
These are the slides used for the presentation I made at Cycling's Expo '74 in New York on October 15, 2011, titled "Making A Slick Max Standalone: Tips and Tricks." Many people that create Max standalones like to present as professional a package as possible, mimicking other applications that users routinely encounter.
Notes, slides, patches, and sketches from the Expo '74 workshop on Arduino + Max.