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Rounding Up a Mournful Week

Posted by Sravan | June 29, 2009 .

Towards the end of last week, Farah Fawcett was followed by Michael Jackson was followed by Billy Mays. Gawker has some interesting statistics about how the news about MJ’s death melted the entire Internet, and Lee Brimelow tweeted that he was thinking about approaching Billy Mays for a joke infomercial for Adobe.

The first Android smartphone with Flash is here. That was fast. Ryan Stewart thinks it’s going to be a good year for Flash Platform developers who want to get into the mobile space. And Rob Christensen is already busy collecting wishes from everyone to push for Adobe AIR on Android. Please take a moment if you wish it.

Jeff Atwood finally bought an iPhone and he really really digs it.

Microsoft scored another major win with Live at Wimbledon which is to be powered by Silverlight.

Audience measurement firm Nielsen released an insightful report on how teens use media. TechCrunch has a summary.

James Whittaker recommends Lupo to all Flex developers working on a project with multiple locales.

Carlos Pinho rounded off his three-part tutorial on Flash Catalyst. A good starting point if you are looking for one.

Did you know that there are some analysts who believe that Youtube is a gaping sink to Google’s revenue? There are others who argue otherwise about how important Youtube is to Google from a strategic viewpoint in taking over the media.

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