Visual Story Network

Dr. Brian G. Burton
  • Male
  • Abilene, TX
  • United States
  • Blog Posts (2)
  • Discussions
  • Events
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

Dr. Brian G. Burton's Friends

  • Arun
  • Jay Clark
  • Jacob Kitts
  • Jim Zarbaugh
  • John Malala
  • W. Stephen Keel
  • Jon Gregerson
  • Scott A. Shuford

Dr. Brian G. Burton's Page

Profile Information

Job Title
Assistant Professor of Digital Entertainment and Information Technology
Organization / Company
Abilene Christian University/Burton's Media Group
Web site
Projects Worked On
Mobile application teaching and development
Digital Entertainment teaching and development
Roles / Skill Sets
Educator specializing in digital entertainment technology, mobile application development, and game development

Dr. Brian G. Burton's Blog

Books on Mobile App/Game Development

"Beginning Mobile App Development with Corona" is now available as PDF/ePub/mobi (kindle).  It is an eTextbook to teach app & game development for Apple and Android devices.  It is now available at my website:

I have started a new book "Learning Mobile Application Development" which will assume no previous programming experience.  Hope to have it ready by the end of summer…


Posted on May 18, 2012 at 10:50pm — 1 Comment


I originally wrote this for a Christian bachelor party almost 20 years ago. After 24 years of marriage, I believe they have stood the test of time:



1) Repeat the following words often: "I was wrong, you were right, I'm sorry." It will save a lot of time in the long run.

2) Be ready to take full responsibility for anything that goes wrong. This includes things that happened before you met, you… Continue

Posted on March 28, 2011 at 4:00pm — 1 Comment

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of Visual Story Network to add comments!

Join Visual Story Network

  • No comments yet!

Consider Donating

Latest Activity

Tom Khazoyan and Brian R Reed are now friends
18 hours ago
John S. Oliver posted videos
19 hours ago
Tom Khazoyan posted a blog post
19 hours ago
John S. Oliver posted a video

Why is TV 29.97 frames per second?

I look at the historical quirks which gave us TV at 29.97 frames per second. In North America at least. It's a comfortable 25 fps in Europe. More on that thi...
Aaron Bloss updated their profile
David Benware posted a blog post
Clyde Taber posted a discussion
Dec 6
Cal Curtis posted a blog post
Dec 2

© 2017   Created by chuckquinley.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service