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Rounding Up Last Week of Peter Elst’s Interview With Scott Barnes

Posted by Sravan | April 13, 2009 .

Be very careful on Twitter today. A Brooklyn boy named Mikeyy Mooney has apparently started a malware campaign against Twitter.

Talking about Twitter, some of the most widely used AIR apps may be Twitter apps. I had no idea that DestroyTwitter is so popular until participating in this ongoing search initiated by Rich Tretola for the favorite AIR application.

Smashing Magazine has the most extensive resource list for Adobe AIR developers. (via InsideRIA)

Ariel remembered the birth of the Request for Comment culture on its birthday.

This Scott Barnes’ interview by Peter Elst is a must-read. Who knew that the current Microsoft Rich Platforms Product Manager was once an ardent supporter of Flex! There is also a lot of discussion going on through the comments.

Omaha, the Google Update project, has been made open source and is now available on Google Code. On the flip side, Google’s launch of the tools for the 15th Indian General Elections has left many of us wondering whether it is an excessive invasion of privacy.

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