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Rounding Up Week Of the 2009 Hype Cycle

Posted by Sravan | August 17, 2009 .

The Gartner Hype Cycle 2009 report was released last week. Cloud computing and E-book readers share the global maxima, and social software suites and microblogging are apparently just past their crest. Ryan Stewart highlighted Adobe’s prominence.

Ryan Stewart is also awestruck by interface designer Theresa Neil and highly recommends some of her material on RIAs.

Elad Elrom has a hands-on tutorial on using the Adobe Pixel Bender Toolkit for increasing your Flash app performance on the Flash Magazine.

Ted Patrick revealed that sharing code is the secret to getting noticed in the Flash community.

The Adobe Flex team is conducting a user research survey to understand more about the workflows of Flex developers and would appreciate your help.

Serge Jespers echoes my thoughts when he rants against geo restrictions on media, especially through the web. Internet is one place that cannot be bounded by any of our narrow differences. That is another reason why I am such a big fan of Southpark.

Peter Elst took a look at the top feature requests on bugs.adobe.com. James Ward gave a more inside view of the list in the comment below. The reason why “Flex Builder on Linux” is the topmost request, IMHO, is that the Linux community has had a robust feedback tradition for the longest time among online communities. The others are more used to commenting on blogs.

I empathize with the social media addicts and am sorry if anybody is offended that I find the SMAA campaign hilarious. I was not aware of the concept of “poking” on Facebook until now. (via)

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