2010.01.10: I am marking the date because this is when the first HTML document began to sing. This demo uses the HTML5 <audio> API to fill a buffer of sound and push it out to an .ogg audio stream. There is no Flash. There is no Applet. There is no Spoon. In true WWW style, the browser can sing the scales of the world. Use the drop-down box and see which scale is your favorite.
Dave Humphrey: has been hacking at the Firefox C++, building the JS API bridge.
Ted: created a script to fill the audio buffer with a specific frequency.
F1LT3R: taught the browser how to sing.
If you want to help shape the future of web-media-standards, find us in the Mozilla Processing.js chat room at irc://irc.mozilla.org/processing.js and help us make the web waaaaay more fun, for everyone.